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By Julius Melnitzer | May 9, 2023
Seung Byong Light Go didn’t choose a legal career because he wanted to be a lawyer – but now delights in being one.
“I chose law because it offered opportunities to do other things,” he said. “Instead, I’m so grateful and happy to be a lawyer.”
The road was circuitous, to be sure. Mathematics was what came naturally to Go.
“I love problem-solving and logical reasoning,” he said. “So, I got a master’s in math at Memorial University. I explored political science, economics and even dentistry and medicine before going to law school.” MORE . . .
Julius Melnitzer is a Toronto-based legal affairs writer, ghostwriter, writing coach and media trainer. Readers can reach him at [email protected] or https://legalwriter.net/contact.
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