Q: I’m a third-year associate at a midsize firm. Law practice is not for me. I’ve been exploring various options, and have narrowed my search to two law-related alternatives that interest me. I’ve been networking, which has been going well. I’ve made lots of helpful connections and received lots of encouragement.
Unfortunately, the right opportunities have not yet come along. I really want to stop practicing and have given myself a deadline of year’s end. If I don’t find something by then, I plan to quit. I must quit. But I’m worried about the consequences. What do you think?
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