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November 02, 2022 Career Transitions Series: Session Four

Transitioning from Private Practice to Non-Traditional Legal Roles

Nothing in life is certain except for change. Career transitions are one type of such change. In this six-part series, experienced trust and estates and real estate attorney panelists will relay their first-hand experience on how they successfully navigated career moves and offer sage advice to others contemplating make similar change.

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Panel Discussion Series on Career Transitions

Panel Discussion Series on Career Transitions


Moving in Stereo: A Panel on Transitioning from Private Practice to Non-Traditional Legal Roles

Recorded on November 2, 2022


  • Karen Boxx, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
  • Bryanna Frazier, B. Frazier Consulting, LLC, New Orleans, LA
  • Lilly Gerontis, Thomson Reuters, New York, NY
  • Steve Hardy, Boy Scouts of American, Irving, TX

A self-identity crisis or the greatest form of self-actualization? Choosing to practice law in a non-traditional legal role provides unlimited opportunities to explore the intersection of an individual’s non-legal interest and passions to with unique skill set possessed by attorneys. Our panel of attorneys who have successfully made the transition will describe their personal experiences, including how to prepare for this transition, tips and traps, life after making the change, and insights on considerations and strategies that only an insider can offer.

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The content of this program does not meet requirements for continuing legal education (CLE) accreditation. You will not receive CLE credit for for this program or any Professors’ Corner programs.

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