Pages 1 and 2 are the original Interview questions submitted. Pages 3, 4, and 5 are the summary of my interview, and my reflection on this career choice. Page 6 is the notes that were taken during the interview process. There is no cited work because I used no outside sources. |
Professor Marie Abdel-Malek
LS100-11: Eight Skills of the Effective Legal Studies Student
Interview Project Proposal
Legal Professional Interviewee Who: William D. Young IV, Attorney at Law. Mr. Young is a Criminal Defense Attorney practicing in the state of North Carolina.
George T. Kelley III, Attorney at Law. Mr. Kelley is also a Criminal Defense Attorney Practicing in the state of North Carolina. Why: I selected Mr. Young because he is a well-established Attorney that operates a practice not far from my current residence. Like me, he is from a small town and has worked his way up, becoming a distinguished attorney. I selected Mr. Kelley for opposite reasons. He handles high profile cases and was a very difficult man to get in contact with since he was so busy. He comes from a wealthy family and is well educated in several areas of the law that fascinates me.
Be sure to: Researching my interview questions was difficult because there are hundreds of questions that I could have asked being as I am so interested in this field. As a starter, I used “Google” to search for Criminal Law in North Carolina. This in turn, gave me a list of Attorneys. I then sorted them by relevance, location, and size. Again, using the same search engine, I looked these businesses up on the Better Business Bureau to see their client’s reviews. Of the list of Attorneys, I then chose the highest ranking two. I furthered this research by checking the accreditation of both Attorneys. To