A few weeks ago, I asked for recommendations for people to follow who provide career development advice for attorneys. After receiving many recommendations, I have narrowed them down to the list shown below.
The people on the list generally provide concrete, practical advice instead of motivational speeches or vague platitudes. Their advice will not work every time, nor for everyone. Since an individual’s circumstances are unique, their advice can be tuned to meet their needs and remembered for future use.
Many of them are also known to mentor newer attorneys.
But most importantly, I found them to have genuine voices and to not be AI generated. They are not bound by a deadline yet write on a regular basis without sounding forced or spammy.
Without further ado, here is the list:
As 2024 approaches, we will have to deal with an increased amount of inflammatory, hyperbolic, and divisive rhetoric due to key events that occurred in the past and key events that will take place in the future. Because of this, it is of grave importance that we mute or block out the noise and instead follow and acknowledge the people that help everyone become more productive.
Steven Chung is a tax attorney in Los Angeles, California. He helps people with basic tax planning and resolve tax disputes. He is also sympathetic to people with large student loans. He can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or you can connect with him on Twitter (@stevenchung) and connect with him on LinkedIn.