The Changing Priorities of Lawyers: Combating Burnout and Career Dissatisfaction



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Axiom recently surveyed over 300 in-house lawyers working across various enterprises, practices, and industries regarding their perspective on their current roles and career trajectory. Join this webcast to explore the results of the survey and trends among lawyers.

Join this webcast You will gain insight and advice to better help you deal with career challenges as well as flexible options that are available if you are considering making a career change. You will hear from speakers who will address professional challenges such as burnout, increasing workloads, career advancement, and changing roles. You will learn:

  • The issues lawyers are currently facing
  • How to better handle professional concerns
  • Solutions to combat professional challenges


Margot Anderson | Host

Margot joined Axiom in 2018 and currently manages our Commercial Talent Success Team. During her time with Axiom, she has served on various teams including Talent Acquisition and Talent Engagement – giving her a full breadth of Axiom’s business and vision. Margot holds both an Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from the University of Houston and is passionate about helping others. While she will always call Texas home, she currently lives in Chicago with her husband and dog, Wrigley. In Margot’s spare time, she loves cooking and reading the latest and greatest thriller fiction novels.

David Bohrer | Attorney

Dave Bohrer has over 25 years’ experience handling patent infringement, trade secret, and numerous other technology-focused litigations. Before joining Axiom, Dave was lead attorney at a long-standing Silicon Valley IP and business trial practice and an equity partner in the IP litigation departments at several AmLaw 100 firms. He has successfully tried numerous patent litigations to favorable jury verdict. Dave also is a frequent speaker on trade secrets, including a recent webinar sponsored by the NYC Bar Association titled New York and California Trade Secrets Litigations: Differences and Best Practices. He is co-lead of the team drafting the Sedona Conference Commentary on Monetary Remedies in Trade Secret Litigation, released for public comment in April 2022. He received his undergraduate degree from Stanford and his law degree from Northwestern.


Can’t attend? You should still register! We will send out an on-demand recording after the webcast so you can participate when it’s convenient for you.

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