The Law Lives Project

By Anjie Vichayanonda

Many of us lawyers didn't have it all figured out from the start. It takes time to find your way in law. This podcast sheds light on some of the challenges people face in the earliest part of building their careers. Each week, Anjie Vichayanonda, a first-generation Asian-American Lawyer and CEO/Founder of Leg Up Legal, sits down with members of the legal profession to chat about the paths they took to get where they are now, including the times they stumbled, the times they fell, and the times they needed a little help. To encourage candor, the attorney guests remain nameless, but their stories are laid bare. 

  1. 1.
    Series 2, Episode 7: Part-time Law School, Jury Consulting, Insurance Defense, and In-House Life
    49:21
  2. 2.
    Series 2, Episode 6: Interning in South Korea, Working In-house in Healthcare, and Becoming a Life Coach
    36:52
  3. 3.
    Series 2, Episode 5: From Humble Beginnings to Making Six-Figures as a Commercial Litigator at a Mid-size Litigation Boutique
    1:02:36
  4. 4.
    Series 2, Episode 4: Tenacity, Taking Risks, and Tax Law
    40:32
  5. 5.
    Series 2, Episode 3: Juggling Multiple In-House Roles, Professional Conflicts, and Divorce
    1:05:00
  6. 6.
    Series 2, Episode 2: From Columbia Law School to BigLaw to the SEC with Twins in Tow
    1:03:30
  7. 7.
    Series 2, Episode 1: Sports Law and Charting Your Own Path
    1:02:37
  8. 8.
    Law Lives Project, Episode 12: Trademark, Copyright, and Small Business Attorney
    1:04:15

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