Deborah Carr, who writes a blog called Baby Boomer Retirement, wrote a detailed and highly favorable review of Retirement by Design. Read it here.
Retire Better Now published my article, Retirement: A Time for Jubilación, which explains how to apply design principles to create a joyful and fulfilling retirement.
Delighted to see this review of Retirement by Design written by a blogger in the UK who has been retired for several years and remarks, “Had I had a guide like this in 2010, maybe I would have done a few things differently!” He also states: “This is one of the most comprehensive books covering all aspects of retirement that I have read. Unlike many, it does not just focus on the financial side. It encourages you to look at all the myriad aspects of retirement, social, financial, practical and all shades in between.” Read the full review here.
I will be speaking to the Los Angeles County Bar Association Senior Lawyers Section about “Redefining Retirement: Issues and Solutions for Lawyers and Firms.”
I’m deeply honored to be featured by Year 101: Women in Law, a campaign celebrating women in law sponsored by Australian law firm McCullough Robertson, the 2019 Lawyers Weekly Diversity Law Firm of the Year
I’m thrilled that an event to honor the launch of my new book, Retirement by Design, will be hosted by the Legal Design and Innovation team at IDEO, one of the world’s leading design and innovation companies. Space is limited. If you like more information, please contact me.
Many years ago, I founded the Professional Development Roundtable for Global Law Firms, which is now run by Lisa Horowitz. I was invited – and delighted – to speak to the group about my forthcoming book, Retirement by Design, and its relevance to them and their firms.
I was interviewed about “Mentoring, Sponsoring, Coaching: What Do I Need and How Do I Get It?,” for a program hosted by the Women in the House (WITH) Network of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC).
I was honored to present at the 2019 PDI on “Sponsorship for Diversity: Meeting Client Expectations,” together with Shehzad Hasan and Jasmine Cooper from Steptoe & Johnson, and Duncan Logan, VP and Associate General Counsel of MetLife. We spoke about the development and design of Steptoe’s sponsorship program, and discussed how that program met MetLife’s expectations for its outside counsel to increase diversity through sponsorship.
The College of Law Practice Management held its 2019 Futures Conference in Nashville. I served as chair of the InnovAction Award Committee this year, and we were pleased to give the 2019 awards to Suffolk University Law School and Siskind Susser, PC.
It was an honor to speak on the topic “Leverage Mentoring to Accelerate Change” at the Women’s Bar Leadership Summit in San Francisco.
The Hastings Leadership Academy for Women is an executive education course that prepares women law firm partners and in-house counsel to stride confidently to the highest levels of success in their firms and organizations, their communities and the legal profession. Registration is limited, so anyone interested should sign up immediately.