Dedicated to attorneys finding greater meaning in their work and personal lives.
Where being a lawyer is part of living our best lives.
When we approach each day, experience and person, with an open mind and heart -- and with the perspective that there is something for us to learn, appreciate and grow from -- the potential and possibilities for our lives are endless.
There is an undeniable power in living the truths of who we are. It starts there. When we find the courage to live from the inside out, our lives and work are transformed.
A life of fulfillment is the direct result of living our commitments and being brave enough to work through the inevitable times of doubt and discomfort to create something extraordinary.
Loyalty allows us to see what logic tells us is impossible. It is a powerful force that allows us, and those most important to us, to live a life driven by possibility.
Tradition for its own sake is limiting. By merging the practice of law with the practice of life, we further open the doors to living our best lives.
When we bring all of who we are to everything we do – our lives, work and relationships are transformed. Integrating the different parts of our lives creates greater meaning and fulfillment.
“Jim embodies qualities rarely found among lawyers – authenticity, warmth, sincerity and courage. He is a practicing lawyer who has chosen to throw away the script that lawyers are supposed to follow to find a path that is in line with both his own values as well as the ethics required by our oath. Navigating our relationships to ourselves may be one of the most difficult yet worthwhile challenges we can take on not only as lawyers but as human beings.”
Author, The Anxious Lawyer
San Francisco Area Attorney
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