Lawyers may dream of leaving the legal profession but they don’t follow through, partly because they are trained to be risk averse, according to a former lawyer who writes the Leave Law Behind blog.
The blog author is Casey Berman '99, a University of California Hastings law grad who was an in-house counsel at several software firms before giving up lawyering, the Wall Street Journal (sub. req.) reports. He is now chief strategy officer at FileRight, a San Francisco company that provides self-help immigration software.
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