Law School · Legal Practice

Pick your Passion: Big Law or Public Interest?

I have noticed a trend that I want to help stop. Recently, I have met with multiple people interested in public interest jobs, but have no public interest background. The thing with public interest is that we really like seeing people “committed” to the cause. As in, experience, and rightfully so because this work isn’t… Continue reading Pick your Passion: Big Law or Public Interest?

Issues · Legal Practice

Play to Win: Using Respectability Politics as a Tool

I think one of the biggest things I struggle with here is how much I seem to push assimilation and accepting business norms. I dislike that I do it because when we abide by certain business norms set by those in power, we may end up believing (or portraying to others) that those norms are… Continue reading Play to Win: Using Respectability Politics as a Tool

Legal Practice

Where My Ladies At? Being Excluded from Networking Events

One of my fave work related blogs, ask a manager, recently had a post about a work situation that many of us may face. The men, often bosses, networking together in a way that excludes women. This happens a lot, especially in our field. The reason is rarely malicious, but rather some events are “standard”… Continue reading Where My Ladies At? Being Excluded from Networking Events