People say that law school changes a person. After a semester of law school, when someone pisses you off, you'll think "Do I have grounds to sue?" When you see a wet floor in a grocery store, you'll always think "lawsuit." When you see someone get arrested, you'll think "Are this person's rights being violated?" (And, if you're like me, you'll think "How could I beat the charges?")
So, how has being a lawyer changed me? When I watch ESPN and there are baseball scores on the bottom of the screen, I always see "CLE" and think "Continuing Legal Education."