I wasn’t sure what kind of law I wanted to do because I had joined the government right after I graduated with my law degree, and I went to a meeting and they were talking about the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty and I got so excited. I thought, “This is really cool. This is something I want to do.” So that really started my entrance into issues of weapons of mass destruction and arms control and disarmament.
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