Bar associations suffer from a lack of interest from the greater legal community. People don’t sign up for events. Often, it’s because they “cost too much.” I’m not buying it anymore and, frankly, I’m kind of sick of hearing it. I have become extremely active in quite a few bar associations in Boston, and the … Continue reading To Lawyers Without Law Jobs
Last Monday, I could not have been more delighted to be enjoying Patriots Day with my friends, standing downtown with so many thousands of others, in awe of the athletes running the marathon. There is nothing like Marathon Monday. I don’t want to exclude anyone, but the same way New Yorkers feel about living in … Continue reading This Time
I have had some wonderful writing opportunities come my way recently. It takes me away from my personal blog, but it gives me some wonderful things to think about when I do come back to posting! I recently guest-blogged for the American Bar Association's Legal Technology resource center, take a peek!
One of the many ways I have hit the professional jackpot is that I work with people who enjoy mentoring the next generation of lawyers. Not only do I have a male and female mentor, but I get to interact and work with them on an almost daily basis. I have a front row seat … Continue reading Finding and Becoming A Mentor