As the son of a doctor, Richard Tobin Baum was expected to pursue higher education and live up to the example that my father had set. I realized early on that medicine wasn’t for me, but as soon as I began learning about the law, I knew I’d found my calling.
You see, I’ve always been one to investigate and challenge the status quo. I enjoy the intellectual stimulation of debate, and I have a deep love of art, culture, and the humanities as a whole.
So when I discovered that being an attorney could both incorporate these passions and allow me to make a positive impact on society, I was sold.
After graduating from law school, I was still eager to learn more, so I went on to study international law at the University of Cambridge Fitzwilliam College.
There, I earned a Master of Laws, an internationally recognized postgraduate degree, immediately before beginning my practice as a solo practitioner in 1979.
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