Sep 24, 2022
One of the things I love most about doing this podcast is that I get to meet really interesting people and interview them. My guest in this episode takes the meaning of “interesting” to a whole new level.
Susan Ibitz is a face reading profiler who describes herself as a Human Behavior Hacker. Through her company,...
Sep 8, 2022
Retirement today is very different
than it was 50 years ago. People are living longer, and lawyers,
like many other knowledge workers, have the ability to work well
into their 60s, 70s and beyond. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader
Ginsburg was productive well into her late 80s.
But for many lawyers, continuing to work...
Aug 17, 2022
The pandemic put a damper on international travel. It also reduced the opportunities for American lawyers to practice law overseas. But as travel has returned, the demand for legal talent trained in the United States has never been stronger in the Far East.
One country where the need is particularly strong is...
Aug 6, 2022
Over the last 25 years, I’ve spoken to many lawyers who have expressed interest in going in-house. When I graduated from law school in the late 1980s, opportunities to work in a corporate environment were more limited. Today, there are many more lawyers working in-house. So what has changed? And more importantly,...
Jul 24, 2022
In the legal profession, AmLaw100 law firms get most of the attention. With eye popping salaries now being given to first year associates, it is easy to conclude that getting one of these jobs means you are at the pinnacle of the legal profession.
While starting your career at a major firm has a lot advantages salary,...