Life After Law

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What Will You Do with the Next 6,000 Days?

By Edward Poll

Ed Poll has had the experience of starting, running, and exiting the practice of law to transition to a new life. In Life After Law, he gives lawyers critical advice on how to move into their “second season” successfully.

With an eye on balancing the professional and personal fronts, Ed guides readers through steps, such as

  • Choosing retirement on their own terms
  • Guarding clients’ welfare in the event of disability or death
  • Transferring client and rainmaking responsibilities
  • Charting an exit from a multi-partner firm
  • Strategizing the sale or closure of a practice

Plus, you’ll find essential counsel on how to guard your retirement nest egg and create a fulfilling post-practice life!

“Whether you have spent decades in the legal profession, or entered it as a second or even third career, transitioning out of a law practice takes a good deal of thought and action. This book gives lawyers a road map to take the next steps, with stops along the way that we can consider as well. Life After Law fills a gap in career advice literature by telling lawyers what is necessary and advisable to personally and professionally transition out of the practice. It is essential information for all generations of lawyers.”

Avarita L. Hanson, Executive Director, Chief Justice’s Commission on Professionalism, Georgia Bar

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