Six months after leaving Linklaters & Alliance, he talks about his decision to move out of private practice and his new business role at US-based venture capital house Atlas Ventures
Why did you decide to leave Linklaters & Alliance?The job did not hold the same challenge for me. Life is too short not to seek challenges, the law is always there and like most professions you have a wonderful safety net. But if you are a partner in a law firm there is a tendency to believe that it is for life and that your skills are not transferable. The more senior you are, the more difficult it is to get out.
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