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The Careerist: Zen and the Art of Lawyering

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Happiness expert Dan Bowling reviews The Good Lawyer by Nancy Levit and Doug Linder.

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  • Dan Bowling

    Thanks for the kind words, Marjorie (who happens to be a law professor on the front lines of lawyers, professionalism, and well-being)

  • Marjorie Silver

    Like Levit and Linder, Dan Bowling is a breathe of optimism in our all too often cynical and depressed profession. I am so grateful for all of their contributions to the well-being of lawyers and law students.

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