One of the benefits of a having a child in elementary school is being invited to come in for "interview day" and having a pack of a dozen first graders ask questions about my job and how I help the community. I told them that being a business lawyer is great because I get to help people solve problems and agree how to work together. Plus, I help start businesses like toy stores, candy stores, and restaurants - all crowd favorites that day. But my favorite question was the first one that received from a six-year-old girl in front: "How many emails do you get every day." She can barely read but knows how the world works. I told the class the size of my email inbox and I think they thought I was kidding. But what a different world these kids will be growing up in.