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Finding That Next Career When It’s Time To Leave Law

When you consider leaving the law, it can take a lot of research and reflection to find your next career. Today’s guest, Morgan Smith, is a former personal injury attorney who struggled with the decision to leave law but ultimately decided that it was time. For his next career, Morgan went the entrepreneurial route and started a trial graphics company in the litigation support services space.

Morgan analyzes the thought process people go through while debating leaving law and shares advice on leveraging your skills as you explore law graduate jobs.

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Today’s Guest

Trial Graphics Entrepreneur Morgan C. SmithTrial Graphics Entrepreneur Morgan C. Smith
Title: President and Partner, Cogent Legal
City: Oakland, CA
Law School: University of the Pacific – McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, CA
College: University of California, Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz, CA
Previous Careers: Morgan was a litigator doing personal injury and class action cases for 17 years before starting Cogent Legal.

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