Staying at home, staying in the law: a guide to remaining active in the legal profession while pursuing your dreams
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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Following Your Dreams Doesnt Have to Mean
Transitioning Back Into the Law
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