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WHY I GIVE
Marcy Engel, L'83
Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel Eton Park Capital Management
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BOLD AMBITIONS
I wanted to be a lawyer since I was 14 years old. I am not sure today why I was so sure then, but I am thankful that I had the foresight, if not the knowledge, to decide that law was the right career for me. I am even more thankful that I chose Penn as the place to get my education. Not only did the law school teach me the academic skills that I would need to establish a foundation for my chosen profession, it also taught me how to think, analyze and address issues and develop self-confidence in my abilities. The depth of the faculty's dedication and devotion to the students was evident. Had Penn simply been about the quality of the education, I am sure I would still be appreciative of the role Penn Law School has played in my life.

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