When you were 17, what did you want to be?
I always wanted to travel, and I thought of being an ambassador or a diplomat, traveling around the world. That was the idea. I was thinking about political science and international relations, and then I had this discussion with my parents. They said, “You know what, whatever you want to do we're fine with. It's just that the majority of diplomats we know actually studied something else, and they just speak languages and are very outgoing and understand international relations from another perspective, but they always had careers in something else.” And that was when I thought I should consider law - it's a good step to that.