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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Following Your Dreams Doesnt Have to Mean
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Ms. Tower-Pierce holds a Juris Doctor and Master's Degree, both awarded Cum Laude from Vermont Law School. She is admitted to practice in Vermont and the District of Columbia. Ms. Tower-Pierce's background includes work in the areas of business law, regulatory compliance, criminal defense, and privacy law, as well as experience teaching Cybercrime and Cyberlaw as an Adjunct Professor at Norwich University. Ms. Tower-Pierce currently spends her time freelance writing and chasing after her three young children.

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