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Taisha Rucker
So much more than a lawyer.
Interests: writing, music, travel, adventure, self-realization, creative expression, living with passion
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I discovered this guy's website today - thanks to Snarkmarket. Frank Chimero is a designer and illustrator. In his FAQ, he writes this: When did you feel like you found your design "nitch"—what clues were you listening for? It was... Continue reading
Posted Apr 27, 2010 at The Limitless Lawyer
When you want advice about saving money, whom do you ask? When you want advice about plumbing, where do you turn? When you want advice about...well you see where this is going. I just finished reading a blog post over... Continue reading
Posted Apr 26, 2010 at The Limitless Lawyer
Hi everyone! It has been a while since I've posted here and there is a very good explanation for that. I've released my first album!!!!! You can listen and purchase over at . I'm also sorting out the best... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2010 at The Limitless Lawyer
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Mar 15, 2010
Thanks for your comment. First, I think it is great that you are seeking the opinions of lawyers. My opinion about this is one that I have shared since my first year of law school, which is that the only reason one should enter law school is to practice law. If, at some point, you leave the law, so be it. But I dont think that law school should be used as an alternative to pursing your passion (music) because doing so would be difficult. Building a legal career is also difficult, especially if youre dreaming of making music. :-) One of the myths about law school is that it prepares you for any and everything that you may want to pursue. The reality is that, having obtained a law degree, we feel compelled to justify our training in some way. We perpetuate the idea that law school and/or law practice opens doors for us and prepares us for just about any field we someday go into. But this is true about life in general. I dont have any regrets about attending law school, but the truth is that there are other passions that could have been nurtured during the years that I was focused on practicing law and certainly the money spent to attend law school could have enabled me to do other things that are important to me. My advice to you would be to research a few equal justice agencies and music-related businesses and ask for an informational interview to find out if the day-to-day jobs are something that would really interest you. Is it possible for you to seek an internship at one of these businesses before deciding whether or not to attend law school? This will help you decide if a law degree is really necessary to doing what you want to do. I dont want anyone to speculate about the opportunities that having a law degree might bring. If you decide to go to law school, I want you to have a definitive plan about how you intend to use this degree to build a career in which you will thrive.
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Lawyer, Doug Dorst, turned writer featured in San Francisco Chronicle Of course, I always love these type of stories. Lawyer leaves the law to pursue writing career and it works out for him! One of the interesting things that I... Continue reading
Posted Nov 19, 2009 at The Limitless Lawyer
Rah, Rah, Résumé! NY Times article that highlights the increasing number of career services offices that are reaching out to help not only recent graduates who are trying to find jobs but more seasoned professionals as well. One of the... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2009 at The Limitless Lawyer
In December 2008, The Wall Street Journal enlisted eight unemployed M.B.A.s to write about their job hunts on a blog called Laid Off And Looking. Four of the original and three additions have landed full-time jobs. What did it take?... Continue reading
Posted Jul 27, 2009 at The Limitless Lawyer
Every once in a while, I run across a legal job that excites me - not usually because it is a law job but it is working at a cool company. "The ideal candidate has top flight credentials, loves the... Continue reading
Posted Jul 16, 2009 at The Limitless Lawyer
Taisha Rucker has shared their blog The Limitless Lawyer
Jun 28, 2009