I remember going to court out of town with my dad starting around the age of six or seven years old. My desire to become an attorney was from that experience. Those trips were interesting. I got to meet other lawyers. I was curious and what they talked about was fascinating. And, we ate a lot better. My most memorable case was in Decatur, Texas, a small town. It was an antitrust matter involving a new Walmart that came in and put everyone out of business. We won. I like this line of work because I face new challenges every day and there is always something different. I enjoy helping clients understand the official process of the law.