Q: I’m an associate in a mid-sized firm. After five years in litigation, I can’t see myself doing this for the rest of my career. I’ve thought about other practices and leaving law altogether. I’m not really sure what’s best. I think I need a career counselor to help me figure out what to do. How can I go about finding one? What should I look for in a counselor?

– Quest for Career Counseling

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