Q: Five months ago I was laid off from a BigLaw firm and was lucky enough to find an associate position with another BigLaw firm at one of their smaller satellite offices. After three months of commuting and having almost zero work at the new firm, I am contemplating leaving the practice of law altogether.

I have a corporate job opportunity that requires experience in my practice area and knowledge of the law firm market. The opportunity would allow me to develop skills in sales, business development and product development. All things I had hoped to do once I burned out of BigLaw firm life.

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