My Beloved World - Chapters 27-Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Sonia Sotomayor
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In Chapter 27, Sotomayor accepted a job at Pavia and Harcourt. She describes it as a “tiny firm by New York standards” (259). She sought out a place where she would not be relegated to doing research for senior partners for years to come. George Pavia related to the headhunter who brought them together that he feared Sotomayor would become bored with the work in a short time. She met with him again and put his fears aside. She had much to learn about civil law, meaning she would not become bored. David Botwinik became her mentor and he gave Sotomayor advice on many things, include that there was a big difference between being a prosecutor and being in the private sector, such as the ability to accept gifts from the high-end clients she now represented. It was through his leadership that she became able...

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