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The Time When I Am An Young Lawyer Doing An Interview

Now I am an experienced China lawyer practicing with confidence, but I still remember the days I was a young attorney.

At that time I met a young reporter at the newspaper here in Shenzhen. She was interested in doing a profile on me and my journey as a blind lawyer opening my own practice. I was a little hesitant at first, not wanting to become known as "that blind lawyer," but I eventually decided to do it, not feeling as though I could pass up on the free chance to promote my business.

Fast-forward to today. The article came out this morning and was pretty well done. So well that, much to my terror, I've now been invited to do a live radio interview later this afternoon. So now I'm sitting here, very nervously. There's a huge difference between talking to a print reporter for an hour and potentially doing 30 minutes of a live broadcast.

I don't really have any questions, I just felt the need to type something about it, I guess to help get out this nervous energy.

Life is so good to be a lawyer here in China.

 

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