From Youthful Missteps to Elderly Client Service: Building an Unexpected Practice
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Sometimes it's a tough transition to law school - so tough you fail out. But what comes next depends on a willingness to reflect and seek support. In this episode, Asha Paulose opens up about her academic setbacks, winding career, and personal and professional growth. Today, she's doing something she never expected: running her own law firm. Asha helps elderly clients navigate change in their own lives. She discusses how she finds clients, tailors legal and non-legal advice for their diverse circumstances, and can finally openly empathize. Asha is a graduate of Albany Law School. This episode is hosted by Katya Valasek. Mentioned in this episode: Idaho Law Learn more about Idaho Law Learn more about Rutgers Law Learn more about Vermont Law Idaho Law Learn more about Idaho Law Access LawHub today! Learn more about Rutgers Law
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