Staying at home, staying in the law: a guide to remaining active in the legal profession while pursuing your dreams

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American Bar Association, 2008 - Business & Economics - 225 pages
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Does leaving the firm mean that you have to leave the profession? Not according to Julie Tower-Pierce who offers advice on everything from devising your transition plan and redefining your success, to staying active and making money from home. Alternative full-time and part-time careers are discussed, including freelance writing, pro-bono opportunities, telework, and compressed workweek options. Includes a helpful list of resources on the subject.

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Review: Staying at Home, Staying in the Law: A Guide to Remaining Active in the Legal Profession While Pursuing Your Dreams

User Review  - Rachel C - Goodreads

I read this book primarily for the chapter on transitioning back to the law. I found that about 60% of the book was helpful, informative and some of it rang true for me as a stay at home parent. I ... Read full review

Review: Staying at Home, Staying in the Law: A Guide to Remaining Active in the Legal Profession While Pursuing Your Dreams

User Review  - gaby - Goodreads

A couple hundred pages of ***glistening generalities*** and almost no substance. This is a thinly-disguised self-help/empowerment book for mommy lawyers. Lots of "Don't feel guilty! It's ok to want to ... Read full review

Contents

Following Your Dreams Doesnt Have to Mean
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Traditional Track
95
Transitioning Back Into the Law
151
Copyright

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