This book chronicles the author's personal story and exodus from law practice after fifteen years. It begins with her First Year "existential crises," two weeks after starting law school that made the one thing she was most certain about in her life—a desire to become a lawyer—disappear overnight.
FULL-DISCLOSURE is not a how-to that follows the prescriptive methods of career change. It is a radical example of personal-transformation that can result in, not only a change in livelihood or career, but a greater knowledge of oneself.
In an environment when people regularly joke about lawyers running from the law, FULL-DISCLOSURE should inspire both the unhappy lawyers as well as those who are simply ready for a change to re-discover their passions, follow their dreams, and find fulfilling non-legal work.
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About the Author
Taisha Rucker is a lawyer, writer, and aspiring entrepreneur. She obtained her B.A. and J.D. from the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI. She practiced law for over fifteen years in a variety of legal disciplines, including criminal defense, corporate litigation, public policy, and business. She blogs regularly at taisharucker.com where she provides "secular advice for living a spiritual life."
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