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Love or Leave the Law is on the second part of the interview with the best selling author Amy Impellizzeri. After spending thirteen years as a BigLaw corporate litigator in New York City, Amy left to raise her family and write novels.

 Her first novel, "Lemongrass Hope," debuted in October 2014, as an Amazon best-seller (Romance/Fantasy and Romance/Time Travel) Her second novel, "Secrets of Worry Dolls," was released in December 2016 and her next novel, "The Truth About Thea," will be released in October 2017.

Casey and Amy focused on her non-fiction book published by the American Bar Association called "Lawyer Interrupted" - a how-to guide for leaving the practice of law which Amy says “something about half of all lawyers want to do”.

The talk focuses on why law schools won’t help you get a non-law job, but your local bar agency might. Amy talks about what women specifically should keep in mind as they transition out of the law, and provides inspirational examples of people who have left the law to builds businesses that incorporate their gifts. 

She also gives some good advice on how to begin writing and get that novel we all have in us onto paper! Enjoy!

 

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Casey Berman founder –  Leave Law Behind

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Adam J. Ouellette, Esquire

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www.whythelawsucks.com

www.RaisingTheBarBook.com

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