One great fashion blogs for highly motivated women is Corporette. Last year, the blog featured a discussion of what summer associates should wear for fun (and wacky!) office events. What are fun summer events at your office? And on that note...what are some of the most whacky? Discuss!
"[t]he scariest moms of all are the Lawyer Moms — no contest. And more power to them! Lawyer Moms make excellent parents, and the world a better place."
Last week I was very excited to see Chief Justice Hecht interviewed by Justice Lehrmann at the Fort Worth Mahon Inn of Court. I was dressed in full suit regalia and left my kids at home to enjoy being a professional for the evening. When I got home, I was exhilarated by having witnessed such great legal minds. I sat down to tell my husband about it, but when I got up to go change out of my suit I felt a tug at the bottom of my pants as they peeled off the couch.
Marshawn Evans is is an attorney, author, speaker, and motivator of women. (She's also a fellow TCU alum. Go Horned Frogs!) I was recently perusing her website and noticed this post about the power of vision boards.
As for me, I'm a cardigan girl, which works well with my firm's flexible (read: nonexistent) dress code, but on occasion, when I want to mix things up, I wear a cazer (cape + blazer). This combo is trending for fall thanks to fashion geniuses Hedi Slimane, Josep Font and Macs Iotti, creative directors of Saint Laurent, Delpozo and Sportmax respectively, and The Devil Wears Prada cerulean blue trickle down effect.
Becoming a parent is itself a reason to want a more flexible schedule, but the need is particularly acute in our house during the legislative session, as I become the primary child shuttler, feeder, and bedtime-regimen enforcer. When I first assumed this role in the previous legislative session, I did so with the best of intentions. I lasted one week.
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