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Tips For Quitting Law & Finding A Career You Love

When did you first start thinking about quitting law? For Chad Scwartz, now an ediscovery consultant, it was early in law school. In this video, Chad shares how he finally made the decision to leave the law and what it takes to make a move. Spoiler alert: he thinks you should use JDCOT! To get started (if you haven’t already), click here to get you FREE self-assessment and visit my guide to leaving law here: “I hate being a lawyer.”
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Today’s Guest

eDiscovery Consultant Chad SchwartzeDiscovery Consultant Chad Schwarz
Title: VP, Management Consulting Firm
City: Dallas, TX
Law School: South Texas College of Law in Houston, TX
College: Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX
Other Career: Chad started his career working in litigation before moving into eDiscovery. He worked for a legal technology company before moving into management consulting.

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