I can’t believe graduation is officially less than two months away. I still have the voicemail from Carole Wells on March 14, 2012, saved . . . the voicemail that completely changed the direction of my life. That voicemail, informing me that I had been accepted into the University of Idaho College of Law graduating class of 2015, was what solidified my decision to quit teaching high school and enroll in law school. Was I scared? Absolutely. Was I sad to say goodbye to my students and coworkers? More than you could believe. Was I making the right choice? I had no idea. But as I sit here, three years later, comparing my “then-life” to my “now-life,” I feel as confident as ever that moving forward in the legal profession is the right path for me.