I grew up in Clarksville, Arkansas, where I learned the most important parts about lawyering: How to work hard, how to to work smart, and how to work out problems with other people. The rest I picked up in law school and my first few years of practice, but I firmly believe that most of what makes me a good advocate I learned growing up. Before law school, I attended Arkansas Technical College and earned a bachelor’s degree in business. This is where I learned about business, which guides my approach to lawyering—I like to emphasize efficiency, customer service, and communication. The law is not merely a business to me, but it definitely is at least a business. I serve my clients best when my firm is running like a machine. I did well in law school and earned the distinction of “Honors” upon graduation. I also got my M.B.A., which has been helpful starting a law firm. But grades are only so important. I also tried to build an excellent reputation with members of the legal community when I clerked for the Arkansas Attorney General, Federal Public Defender, and various firms in Little Rock. I have built my practice around these relationships and the reputation I have for honesty, candor, and care. I handle estate planning and probate, along with any litigation issues that accompany those fields. I feel a little unique in my ability to wear both of those hats. Most lawyers want to either draft the trust or fight about the trust. I can do both. I co-founded my firm Wilson & Haubert, PLLC, three days after I received my results from the Bar exam. It sounds crazy to say it like that, I will admit. If I could go back and do this over, I suspect I would do many things differently, but I have never regretted my decision to start something new. It has not been easy, but it was the right decision. I am excited about the future of law and the future of my law firm. As we continue to adopt technology, expand into new areas, we hope to better serve our clients.