Think back to the time you decided to become a lawyer. What was your motivation? Did you aim to be a lawyer to serve the marginalized and underserved? Being in the legal profession is more than just reputation, money, and esteem. However, the longstanding traditional law practice makes it difficult to break free from this status quo. Fortunately, there is a way to align your practice and values while maintaining a successful and meaningful career.
In this episode, Ryann Peyton, Director of Legal Entrepreneurs for Justice, joins us to discuss what it means to build a socially conscious law practice. Ryann explains how adopting this business model creates a win-win situation for both lawyers and clientele. She also breaks down the process of getting into the LEJ incubator.
If you want to know why you should adopt a socially conscious law practice, this episode is for you.
Moshe Amsel the host of the Profit with Law podcast is not an attorney. As the owner of a successful accounting firm DreamBuilder Financial and Law Firm Growth coaching organization Profit with Law, Moshe has proven that there are better and different ways for a law firm to do business and be successful.