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Alternative Careers for Lawyers (Princeton Review Series)

by Hillary Mantis

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0679778705, Paperback)

Rethinking your career strategy
Suggestions for nonlegal careers
Advice for dealing with the financial ramifications of leaving the practice of law
Real-life success stories


Lawyers have the highest depression rates, highest pressure, lowest popularity ratings, and the longest hours of almost any profession that exists. No wonder that according to a recent poll 70% of lawyers surveyed said they would start a new career if they could. If you are disillusioned by the realities of law practice or want to get into a different type of law, then you can start a new career. In Alternative Careers for Lawyers, you'll hear from many people who managed successful transitions: one of them is an NBC news anchor, another started her own bicycle tours company, and yet another built a $20 million attorney temp agency.

We'll show you how to manage every step of this uncertain yet ultimately liberating process:

Deciding whether to change careers or just switch jobs
Choosing which new careers to pursue
Re-tailoring your resume for non-legal careers like education, consulting, publishing, and sales and marketing
Networking, interviewing, furthering your education, and more

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