Jan 20, 2024
We talk a lot on this program about finding ways to build a more satisfying legal career. While many attorneys are drawn to the profession because they care about justice, they like the idea of becoming a trusted advisor, or they just enjoy the intellectual rigor of being an attorney, status and money are important too.
But if you are like me, one of the reasons you chose law school rather than business school is because math is not your jam.
If you are a lawyer who has been practicing for a few years and thinking about your financial health and your financial future, you may have questions about paying off your student loans or figuring out how much to start saving for retirement.
Maybe you aren’t sure how to organize your finances now that you are planning for life’s big events like buying a house or starting a family.
Maybe you are thinking about eventually starting your own law
practice and you aren’t sure how to get your financial house in
James Grace has joined me for a very practical conversation about managing your finances as you get past the early stages of your legal career.
Jim is the Director of Wealth Management for Silver Pine
worked at regional wealth management agencies and banks before
joining Silver Pine.
Jim describes himself as an educator, coach, motivator, confident,
coach. He is also the
host of the
Modern Financial Wellness podcast.
He is also someone I've gotten to know, like, and trust through my
ProVisors business network.