My object in life is to unite
My avocation and my vocation
As my two eyes make one in sight.
–Robert Frost

As Robert Frost expressed in those lines from his poem “Two Tramps in Mudtime,” many attorneys are struggling to find meaningful work to counteract the vocational malaise so common in the law today. Involving, satisfying and productive work is a goal that seems sometimes very distant from the pressured, competitive world of today’s private firms. If you are one who is seeking such work, you’ll be happy to know there are specific, easy and uncomplicated steps toward finding that goal of work that satisfies the intellect and the soul, as well as the pocketbook.

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