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Alternative Careers for Lawyers (Princeton Review Series)

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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
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Paperback, 176 pages
Published April 15th 1997 by Princeton Review
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Rachel C
Dec 24, 2012 Rachel C rated it did not like it
Shelves: non-fiction, law
Not impressed, contained alot of fluff that could generically be applied to any profession. The most interesting portion of the book was about the high attrition rate of female lawyers. The profiles of former lawyers who have turned to other professions were not realistic (eg the founder of Special Counsel and Jack Ford).
Spencer
Sep 16, 2014 Spencer rated it liked it
At least three stars for entertainment value alone. More detailed analysis to follow.
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