Check our my interview with Nicole Abboud from the Gen Why Lawyer Podcast. Nicole runs a great podcast for young lawyers in the profession. Check it out!
You can ask the questions later. Coming from a different “technical” profession, I do have a unique perspective in learning to program. In law, when writing a novel motion or brief, before starting to write, you read, research, and synthesis everything to ensure a correct understanding of the rules and issues lest you misinterpret something that’s pivotal. This is […]
UPDATE: Guy is still in Chris and Pitts. KCAL 9 is still covering it. Live video of the chase can be seen here. Nothing stops local news coverage of news in Southern California like a car chase. With sprawling population and expansive roadways, high speed pursuits are a common occurrence in the Los Angeles area. […]
Tweet Before I got on the plane this morning, I downloaded the James Altucher book, The Rich Employee (only $0.99). I found out about James Altucher after seeing that other people who were reading Quit Law and Code were also reading his series of books. Though there are a few I may not necessarily agree with […]
Tweet tl;dr: Generally maybe grocery money; labor of love, but intangibles are worth it. It ranges, and I’ll share my experience my own book Quit Law and Code. To date, the figure for my book is about $1,200. A Super Niche My non-fiction career guide of leaving the legal profession to do software development is […]
Tweet Last week, the New York Times published this opinion piece on how there are too many law students and too few legal jobs. This is likely close to the 10th article from a major publication I’ve read about the dire state of legal education and the entry job market in the past several years. How this now […]