Law firm life got you down? Struggling to find work after law school? Read on. I am a former practicing attorney who regrets giving so many years of my life to the legal profession, and so many hard-earned dollars to repay law school debt. I left the law a couple years ago for a temporary administrative assistant position and lived to tell the tale. Here's my story, along with some tips for finding non-legal work, and for repaying your student loans.
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Death by Default: Chapter 6 -Speechless
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Detective Rosetti led me to his car – a black sedan with coffee stains
on the armrest and a bullet-proof vest lying on the backseat – and had me wait
inside while he made a phone call under the awning of the nail salon. I watched
him from the rearview mirror through the drizzling rain thudding on the back
window. It was cold, but I could feel beads of sweat collecting across my brow.
Why had he gone out of his way to find me? (continue reading here)