You—yes, you—should run for office. Reinventing yourself after a lifetime of law practice is a sizzling hot topic these days. How hot? Well, I moderated a panel on encore careers at the New York City bar recently—and it was standing room only. What’s more, there were current and former Big Law partners in attendance. Who knew so many “mature” lawyers are still hungry for a second or third act?
We discussed all types of options at the panel, like serving on boards or working for nonprofits, but we totally missed this one: running for public office.
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