- What Can You Do with a Law Degree? a Lawyer’s Guide to Career Alternatives inside, Outside and around the Law
- Running from the Law: Why Good Lawyers Are Getting out of the Legal Profession
- Career Management
- Thinking the Unthinkable: Is Your Career On the Right Track?
- Learning to Say No: Survival Skills for Caregivers: Handle toxic clients & colleagues, without jeopardizing job security
- Avoiding Job Shock
- Thinking Outside the Box: Whether an alternative career is the right choice
Deborah L. Arron,JD, the complete guide to contract lawyering : what every lawyer and law firm needs to know about legal services.
Deborah is a frequent media source on career issues, and is quoted in Time, Newsweek, Money, Fortune, and Working Woman magazines, the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Investor’s Business Daily, and USA Today.
Ms. Arron obtained her BA degree, magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. She earned her JD from UCLA Law School, and was a member of the UCLA Law Review.
After a life-changing sabbatical, she became an author, national public speaker, and career consultant.
Some of the issues raised:
I need a new challenge.
I’m working too hard.
I’m not earning enough money.
I’m worried my job might end.
I can’t find a job.
I can’t stand my co-workers or colleagues.
Should I seek another educational degree?
Should I accept a new job offer?
Should I change geographic locations?
Stop for a moment, and consider these four questions:
Has your income diminished substantially in the last few years?
Are you working harder and enjoying it less?
Are you having trouble with an unprofitable partner?
Had you planned to scale back by now, but find you can’t afford to?