Best LQP Interviews of 2017

Best LQP Interviews of 2017


As we enter 2018, we want to showcase our most popular Lawyers Quitting Practice interviews of 2017. These top three articles have inspired many with their unique stories of leaving law and starting something new. In the spirit of the new year, we hope that everyone can gain some perspective and make a resolution to follow your passions like they did.

1) From Corporate Law to Vision Care

In our very first article of the LQP series, we interviewed Jeremy Bornstein, the VP of Growth at 2020 On-site. 2020 On-site provides high quality eye exams on-site through their mobile vision centers and Jeremy is a big part of their expansion and success.

After working in corporate law for a short period of time, Jeremy realized that he did not have a passion for his work. He wanted to be a part of building something so he immediately started exploring other options. When he was presented with the opportunity to join this Boston start-up, Jeremy knew it was the right fit. He quit law after only ten months of practicing, and he had a lot of advice and insight into transitioning from law to management. Read his story here.

2) The Lawyer Behind Kupfert & Kim

This article features Daniel Suss, one of the founders of the popular Toronto vegan restaurant chain Kupfert & Kim. Daniel went from touring with his band to law school and practicing law before starting work on Kupfert & Kim with his band mate and friend Mark. His story is unique and he emphasizes how much his experience in law has helped him in starting his business. Read his story here.

3) From Legal Project Manager to Divorce Coach

In this installment of the series we interviewed Kim West, a former legal project manager that recently started her own consulting business, When It’s Knot Forever. Kim realized her passion for helping others after going through a divorce in her 20s. She experienced how difficult the process can be and saw how little support there was for people going through a divorce. Kim provides an interesting perspective into using her personal experience and launching a business around it. Read her story here.