Brooke Loesby of Law Life Coach is an attorney and career coach. She assists lawyers in identifying their career path and making career transitions. On the firm side, she consults for small and mid-sized firms regarding firm structuring and expansion and she finds fantastic attorneys to fill firm needs. Brooke has assisted hundreds of clients in driving their legal professional careers. Brooke’s approach is personalized and proactive. Utilizing her network of thousands of legal professionals, Brooke works to clarify your aspirations, identify and work through road blocks, and assist you in achieving your goals. Brooke’s clients range from freshly minted lawyers to senior attorneys from Am Law 100 firms. Brooke earned her J.D. from Pepperdine Law School in 2006. She was an Associate at Akin Gump and worked at Quinn Emanuel before transitioning to legal counseling at the Office of Career Services at Loyola Law School for six years before hanging out her own shingle.
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Fail fast to succeed faster
- Brooke tells us that early on she realized that she needed assistance with marketing and social media so she went out and found people to help her.
- Listen as Brooke explains that for marketing one of the best resources is people who were already doing well.
Tell us something good
- Brooke reminds us that doing a job right and making the client happy is a great reward. And, she go on to say that it is even better to do more than expected.
- Hear how Brooke makes a point to follow up with the people she has served.
What’s on your desk?
- Currently working on building alliances and developing opportunities for collaboration.
- Identifying a clear and specific goal and working to get there
- Lawyer, Know Thyself: A Psychological Analysis of Personality Strengths and Weaknesses (Law and Public Policy) This work reviews 40 years’ worth of empirical studies on lawyers and law students and how to identify themselves with the profile and personality of the typical lawyer. If they do not fit this profile, the book suggests how atypical lawyers can practise law most successfully.
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