Almost a quarter of a century ago, as a first year law student, I was required to take a course on Philosophy and the Law. I absolutely hated that class, did not understand its importance, and found the subject matter very frustrating and difficult to comprehend. I recall the Professor calling upon me to answer questions relating to the material and being completely incapable of responding intelligently. To my surprise, I now regularly find myself involved in discussions relating to Philosophy and the Law as a result of my writings and people's frustrations with regard to the legal system and family law attorneys. I am proud to say that I have evolved since taking that course and have come to develop a rather fond appreciation for philosophy.