I’m often asked how I went from being a stay-at-home mom to a practicing lawyer. Every single time, I have flashbacks of all the separate moments it took to first decide to go to law school, to return to studying full time for the first time in 25 years, all the way to passing the bar and then finally to the decision to be my own boss. None of these were easy decisions at the time, but they feel incredibly liberating in hindsight. When I passed the bar, the job market for lawyers was at an all time low (and … Continue reading
You went to law school to make a great living,
make a difference, and have a great life, what happened?
You didn’t get the mentoring from someone who could show you how to build a real law business.
It’s not your fault. They don’t teach it in law school, you’re not going to learn it in a big firm and you’re definitely not going to learn it from other lawyers. We’re here to help.