The clinic and the EJC put me back in touch with a side of me that had been neglected since I became a law student. When I was an undergrad, I was consistently involved with social/political issues, and always on the “liberal” side, if you will. Law school really killed that, perhaps because I was expecting something else from it. Essentially, I became indifferent to those things which used to motivate me. The clinic placed me in a situation which stirred inside of me that thing which I had lost. In a way, I felt useful again. And so I go on, with a renewed sense of why I wanted to come here to begin with.