This week I have David Shircliff on the podcast to talk about maintaining well-being as a lawyer. David is a Chief Public Defender in Indiana who has a passion for helping trial lawyers break through barriers that inhibit performance and fulfillment, including enhancing trial skills, rejuvenating passion after burnout, overcoming secondary trauma, and other non-discussable issues in the practice of law.
Jen Dawson is a Certified Financial Planner and is the Chicago Managing Director of Hemington Wealth Management. Today I am excited to have Jen on to talk about something we don’t get the opportunity to candidly about: Money.
In this episode, I read an article I recently wrote for the American Bar Association. They put out a call for lawyers that come from an underprivileged background to share their “My Path to Law” Story, so I thought this would be a perfect time to share my story in terms of how I went from being an immigrant from Korea at the age of 10 to being a lawyer.
One reason meditation can have such a powerful effect on people’s lives is that our mind is one of the very few things we have the ability to control.
I watched a lot of Law & Order growing up. My family immigrated to the U.S. in 1988 (the same year that Korea last hosted the Olympics). I was 10 years old and didn’t speak a word of English. Neither did anyone else in my family.
Here’s the thing. Your clients and your firm will never tell you — you’ve been working too much. Why don’t you take a day off? It is up to each and every one of us to know ourselves well enough to say, I need a day off.
Charlotte Tschider is an Affiliated Professor at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law’s Health Law Institute and Cybersecurity and Privacy Law Programs and Owner/Principal for Cybersimple Security, a privacy and cybersecurity consulting firm.
“I am constantly on edge. It feels like I’m walking around with an open wound,” says the lawyer who I’ve been coaching. This is a
This week I have Amy M. Gardner on The Resilient Lawyer podcast. Amy is an attorney and certified professional coach who coaches attorneys on career, leadership, and professionalism issues as a principal at Apochromatik.
I am excited to have Jennifer McClanahan-Flint on this week to talk about diversity, inclusion, and the impact on being a woman of color in the legal industry.