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What You Need To Know About Money When Leaving Law

Are you caught in golden handcuffs? It’s great to be have money and be able to buy nice things – from shoes to houses. Liz Brown, author of Life After Law: Finding Work You Love with the J.D. You Have (buying via this link supports JDCOT), has been there. Here, the former BigLaw partner shares what she’s discovered about money management since leaving law.

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Life After Law Author Liz BrownProfessor and Writer Liz Brown
Title: Business Law Professor, Bentley University
City: Boston, MA
Law School: Harvard Law School in Cambridge, MA
College: Harvard College in Cambridge, MA
Other Career: Liz is author of Life After Law: Finding Work You Love with the J.D. You Have (buying via this link supports JDCOT) . She was a litigation partner at an international law firm and the executive director of an angel investor network.
 

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