Host Craig Williams and I discuss retirement as part of lawyers’ career life cycle on the Lawyer2Lawyer podcast. We cover many topics, including when to start thinking about retiring from law practice, steps lawyers can take to prepare for retirement, and life post-retirement.
I spoke about succession planning with Alay Yajnik on his podcast, Lawyer Business Advantage. We discussed what retirement means in 2022, how to hand over your firm with confidence, and finding purpose and meaning in retirement. You can listen on Alay’s website or on LinkedIn.
I enjoyed being a guest on Steve Fretzin’s “Be That Lawyer” podcast. We discussed many subjects, including realigning your values and your work, developing and retaining talent, challenges lawyers face when considering and thinking about retirement, and designing your future by choice, not by default. You can listen to the podcast here.
I had a lively discussion of Retirement by Design, and applying design thinking to create a purposeful life, with Lisa Cypers Kamen on her terrific podcast Harvesting Happiness. You can listen to it on several platforms: https://bit.ly/tn052720, https://bit.ly/GP052720, https://bit.ly/iT052720, or https://bit.ly/Sc052720.
Ari Kaplan interviews me about mentoring in the changing legal profession for his podcast series, Reinventing Professionals. You can listen to the complete interview here.
Delighted that my discussion with Ari Kaplan about mentoring was featured in the ABA Journal. Mentoring in the legal profession has had to adapt to a changing world
I had the privilege of presenting the first webcast in a 3-part series on “Preparing your law firm for the future: Developing the next generation of rainmakers.” I presented the program with Natalie Runyon, Director & Head of Talent Platform at Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute, which is hosting the series. Our session looked at succession planning …
You can listen here to my lively discussion with Lisa Horowitz about my book, The Lawyer’s Guide to Mentoring, 2nd Edition, aired by the NAWL Book Club.
ALPS, a professional liability insurance provider, interviewed me about why it is so important for lawyers to find and to be champions. The discussion, entitled “We Can All Use a Champion,” ranges from the need for more sponsorship of women in law firms to examining how solo attorneys can benefit from mentorship. You can listen to …