Five things: career options disgruntled lawyers should consider

Five things: career options disgruntled lawyers should consider

03 March 2012 By Lawyers Weekly

Barista: After spending ten years getting coffee for your partner, you should find no problems in jumping on the other side of the coffee machine at the local café Actor: You've done…

Barista: After spending ten years getting coffee for your partner, you should find no problems in jumping on the other side of the coffee machine at the local café

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Actor: You've done enough of it in court and on the other end of a meeting table, getting in front of the camera would be the next logical step

Dentist: Now being a dentist and a lawyer would be an impressive feat, and certainly ensure you as the town go-to guy for all problems legal and dental - which are usually the result of the same incident.

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Novelist: After all those years itching for some creativity, you should have enough money and material to retire comfortably, and leave a couple of good, mental years to commit that court epic thriller to page.

Security Guard: You'll have no trouble staying awake for the midnight shift.

Five things: career options disgruntled lawyers should consider
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