People who think logically and analytically make good lawyers. But sometimes it’s better to go with your gut, said Monica R. Parker over lunch in Atlanta on a recent warm spring day.
Parker should know. Her own highly developed analytical skills kept her practicing law for six years, long after she recognized the profession wasn’t for her.
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