Many people go to law school with hopes and dreams of making a difference in this world. Whether it’s fighting for civil rights, making sure that people get a fair transaction during a divorce or a real estate transaction, or ensuring the justice system lives up to its name, most lawyers enter the profession with a mission in mind. Yet, once you start practicing, what happens to that mission? Is it possible to find that mission once you’ve lost it? Can you go and hang a shingle and have a mission-driven law firm?
To answer these questions, we’ll hear from someone who’s done it! Genavieve Shingle is an entrepreneur and a lawyer. She recently started her own legal practice, Genavieve Shingle Law, as the affordable lawyer for small businesses and entrepreneurs. She provides you with the tools to protect your business while sprinkling in a little love. Growing up, she was a nationally competitive gymnast for 15 years competing in the Junior Olympics. She then earned a full-scholarship to compete for Penn State. After college, she moved to the Big Apple and shortly thereafter, started law school. In the rare moments she isn’t working, she loves yoga, reading, and seeing Broadway shows!
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