When I think about my Vector experience, it seems as if it happened years ago, but when I think closely about it I realize that Vector has not left me. It's there, everyday. In every interaction with colleagues, clients, witnesses, police officers or judges. Every time I read a file and have to build an argument, Vector is there. It is there as well when I do a first interview with a client and need to "know" who he is in a short period of time; and when I have to plea in court, I have to sell. They didn't teach me how to sell in law school. I learned that in Vector Marketing Canada, period. Thanks to the managers who helped me as a representative and as a Branch and District Manager. I got out of law school with years of experience in the field before I even had my first client. For that, I am forever grateful.