I am willing to bet that all lawyers have, at some point, gone through an internal crisis of whether they should really stay in the law. And many times, most times, we stay in the law because we don’t know what else to do. We just feel like this is what we’re supposed to do. It feels scary even thinking about making a change when you have all the things that people say you should have: a good income, a roof over your head, some prestige, perhaps. While your feelings take a backseat because that is also what you’re supposed to do. That is why I am so excited to have Sarah Cottrell, former lawyer and founder of the the FormerLawyer.com, talks about how leaving the law may take courage but you don’t have to do it alone. She really gets deep into what it really looks like to leave without leaving all those years of experience and reputation behind. Show notes:
Visit Sarah’s website here: https://www.formerlawyer.com/
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