I read To Kill a Mockingbird when I was young, which excited my sense of fairness. I grew up in rural Australia where racism was rife and – even to a primary school kid – injustice was all around. A number of the boys I went to school with ended up in jail before I had finished high school. I wanted to try to change the world, if only a little, and for me the law has provided that instrument of change.
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