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March 7, 2018

 AALM: When did you first know you wanted to become an attorney? What drew you to this career?

Caballero: I knew I wanted to become an attorney during undergraduate school. Attorneys play a special role in ensuring that our judicial system is effective and fulfills the promise of justice and equality under the law as envisioned by the Constitution.

AALM: Who is your current mentor?

Caballero: My mentors are my law partners, Edward Blumberg and Steven Deutsch, both of whom practice at the highest ethical and professional standards.

AALM: Who are some of your legal heroes?

Caballero: My legal heroes are the lawyers who helped draft the Constitution and develo...

March 7, 2018

 AALM: When did you first know you wanted to become an attorney? What drew you to this career?

Blumberg: I always knew I wanted to become an attorney. I was fortunate enough to grow up surrounded by attorneys as my father is an attorney and my mother is a paralegal.

AALM: Who are some of your legal heroes? Why?

Blumberg: One of my legal heroes is George Wythe. Mr. Wythe became the first law professor in the country when Thomas Jefferson appointed him as chair of law at the College of William and Mary, thus making Mr. Wythe the first law professor in the United States. Mr. Wythe was a true citizen lawyer who believed lawyers should use our position, as law...

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