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A Roller Derby-Playing Lawyer On How Your Life Can Benefit Your Career

Litigator by day, Roller Derby player by night, Amy Dinn has great career and life advice for you in this extended professional development video.

Playing Roller Derby is more than a hobby for Amy. She’s used her legal skills to help the sport grow locally and nationally, even helping write the rules. Amy is dedicated to maintaining a work-life balance, and she’s found that it’s actually helped her with making partner and developing business. And as you’ll see in this video, a Roller Derby-playing lawyer is a happy lawyer.
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Roller Derby Lawyer Amy DinnRoller Derby Lawyer Amy Dinn
Title: Partner, Patel Ervin PLLC
City: Houston, TX
Law School: The Univ. of Texas School of Law in Austin, TX
College: The University of Texas in Austin, TX
Other Career: Amy Dinn was a trial partner in a BigLaw firm. She’s also a professional Roller Derby player and cofounder of Houston Roller Derby. She’s used her legal skills to help the sport on the local, national, and international levels.
 
 
What do you do outside law? Could it help you stand out? Share why work-life balance is important to you in the Comments section below.

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