Last week we discussed specifically how we can get over our fear that we can never make as much money in a non-law job as we do now as an attorney. We now know that as we explore and identify and become comfortable with the skills and strengths we have that make up our Unique

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One of the biggest hurdles we face in leaving the law is money. Some of us make a lot of money as attorneys. Some of us do okay, and are able to pay our bills and our student loans and get by. And others of us are out of a job, or jumping from contract

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Last week, we discussed why we unhappy, dissatisfied attorneys need to forgive ourselves for all of the things for which we had previously been hard on ourselves. Our true self is not to be unhappy. Our true self is to be happy and full of self worth using our skills and strengths to add value

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I began law school in the Fall of 1996 here in San Francisco. Around that same time here in the San Francisco Bay Area, Netscape went public (1995), Yahoo was founded and began hiring (1995), and Google was founded and began hiring (1998). I can’t tell you how many times I have thought to myself

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While many of us want to leave the law altogether, some of us still want to consider finding a way to practice the law in a non-traditional, temporary, or part time way. Those of us who are Moms and Dads want to know how to do this in order to be more present with their

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