Love or Leave the Law Podcast
About This Show
Love Or Leave the Law: Are you a lawyer who’s unhappy with your current law practice, but unclear as to how to make it better or whether you should just leave law altogether? It’s time to take control of your life and develop a successful life strategy that will help you really connect with your practice of law, or find a path to a new and fulfilling career with Love or Leave the Law. Join former practicing attorneys Adam Ouellette (author and founder of www.EsquireAcademy.com) and Casey Berman (founder of www.LeaveLawBehind.com) as they tackle the struggles of making life changes that will help you optimize your legal practice, or guide you on your path out of the law and into an alternative “non-law” career.
Most Recent Episode
#23 Kate Neville Interview Part 1
3 days ago
In this episode, you will learn: In this episode, Adam Ouellette and Casey Berman interview Kate Neville, a leader in helping professionals transform their career. This is a great episode for anyone seriously considering leaving the law. Kate describes how attorneys looking to leave the law can better articulate their skill sets and clarify their goals as they look to transition to new, non-law alternative careers. Kate talks with Adam and Casey about tips on how they can identify which skills are transferable to non-law jobs, how attorneys can manage the financial considerations and planning required to responsibly leave the law, and the steps unhappy attorneys can take to do the one thing they oftentimes find the most difficult: to ask for help. Kate has helped people reinvent themselves. This episode is full of new ways you can shift your mindset to a new, actionable career. Get this podcast delivered directly to your inbox or for more information visit us at: www.loveorleavepodcast.com Did you get some value from this content? Then let you friends know and leave us a review on Itunes! Contact Info and questions: email@example.com Casey Berman founder – Leave Law Behind www.leavelawbehind.com Adam J. Ouellette, Esquire