An estimated 50% or more of those with a J.D. degree are no longer working as lawyers. But law school doesn’t necessarily teach students about the variety of career paths they can take after graduation.

In their book, “How to Leave the Law,” published by Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing in 2022, co-authors Liz Brown and Amy Impellizzeri seek to remedy that by exploring the various options available to lawyers who aren’t interested in—or are burnt out on—traditional legal careers.

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