If you are a law school student or a even a lawyer who is relatively new to the practice of law, you may be surprised to know you have choices.
Lots of them.
When I went to law school, I thought I had a limited set of options when I graduated.
I thought I could either enter private practice with a firm or I could work as a public defender or a prosecutor. The thought of working at a company as an in-house lawyer never even crossed my mind.
So how did I end up as an in-house lawyer in higher education? That is a story for a different day. Suffice it to say, I choose to take the path less traveled. As it turns out, I am not alone.
Recently, sustainability lawyer Christine Uri and I recently sat down to talk about her unique journey from private practice to in-house lawyer. I have included highlights from our discussion in the Above the Law Article called, “When Passion Meets Purpose.”
If you are purpose-oriented with a passion for positive change, sustainability may just be the ticket for you.
Connect with in-house lawyers like Christine Uri and they are sure to inspire and support you in your sustainability journey.
Check out the full article at Above the Law.