Life After Law

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This wonderful book is the answer to the “Thank-God-it’s-Friday” syndrome that affects so many lawyers who dread Monday. Liz Brown shows that you can find work you love. You just have to know where to look. You can do good and do well. You just have to be creative about your job. Read “Life After Law”. It will change your life and the law.

— Alan M. Dershowitz, author of Taking the Stand: My Life in the Law

Life After Law: Finding Work You Love with the JD You Have is the essential guide to finding greater career satisfaction outside of traditional law practice.  Life After Law provides detailed, pragmatic advice for lawyers, former lawyers, and law students who are considering non-traditional paths by helping them consider innovative and realistic ways to reframe their careers.  It tells the detailed stories of thirty ex-lawyers and ex-law students who have relaunched their careers in ways that are far more satisfying and sustainable than they ever thought possible.  It explains the ups, downs, and means of following each alternative path, provoking questions and providing inspiration along the way.   The author, Liz Brown, is a Harvard-trained former law partner who has directed an angel investor network and now teaches business law at Bentley University.  Life After Law is the must-have guide for all lawyers who are wondering how to find work they truly love.   Published by Bibliomotion.

2 responses to “Life After Law

  1. Jonathan Swift

    Hi Liz: I noticed that your book may paint…well…too rosy of a picture. I went to a decent school — but not an Ivy — and the book seems to focus exclusively on people who were going to find success almost no matter what they did. I would venture that it’s substantially easier to transition almost anywhere with a degree from one of the top schools or having a money cushion to rely on.

    Can you address this on your blog or in a post? Not every lawyer who wants to move on has the perfect background or funding situation to jump ship.

  2. Derek Brownlee

    I second that. I am in the same boat.

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