Take Control: A lifeline for women lawyers struggling with overwhelm, exhaustion and anxiety - Women interested in leaving law

You don’t want to keep going on like this.

The endless demands, with little to no childcare, uncertainty about school, stress on your relationships and never ending work… you are exhausted. Tired of feeling you’re not doing well enough or billing enough.

You’ve wanted to leave (big) law for some time. Now you feel extra trapped.

Working from home has had some benefits, but now it’s living at work.

You want to be present with yourself and family, not distracted, anxious and overwhelmed.

Perhaps Covid has given you a chance to figure out what’s most important… To take a deep breath and assess. 

 

Help is here. You don’t have to do it alone. 

Join the free webinar and discussion.

Pick the time that works best for you.

Sunday, September 20th
at 8 pm ET/ 5 pm PT

Friday, September 25th  
at 3:30 pm ET/ 12:30 pm PT

Join Elena Deutsch, CEO/Founder of WILL – Women Interested in Leaving (big) Law, and Angela Clements, Principal Attorney and Founder of Clements Employment Law, P.C. and WILL Alumnae, in a FREE webinar to help you take control so you can feel centered and present.  

In this webinar, you will experience… 

  • Relief – shift your mindset to see new possibilities.
  • Calm – implement tools to reduce your anxiety so you can think clearly.
  • Expansion – understand the benefits, strategies and options re: taking a leave or if you have an invisible disability.

What if I can’t make it live?

Pick the time that works best for you. If you can’t make it live, you will be sent a recording.

(Note: The recording will only be available for a limited time afterwards.)

How long will it be?  

We’ve scheduled it to be an hour and a half, but we are committed to staying on and answering all questions.  Join us for as long as you can.

Is Elena available for a 1:1 consultation?

Yes, you can book a call here. 

Can I be anonymous on the webinar?

Yes, we will be using Zoom.  Keep an eye out for emails with the details.  When you sign in, just use your first name.  (We will send Zoom instructions for how to change your name in Zoom). 

Sunday, September 20th
at 8 pm ET/ 5 pm PT

Friday, September 25th  
at 3:30 pm ET/ 12:30 pm PT

Elena F. Deutsch, MPH is the Founder of WILL – Women Interested in Leaving (big) Law.

 

Elena Deutsch, MPH is founder and CEO of WILL – Women Interested in Leaving (big) Law.  She is committed to helping women lawyers who struggle to leave big law take action towards a career and life they love.

 

Prior to this, she was a partner in Wildfire Strategies, a consulting and coaching firm that ignites leadership in executives and teams.  Before Wildfire, she held leadership roles at the American Cancer Society and CAI Global.

Elena has coached senior leaders and teams in a range of industries, including: law firms, health care, and the arts. She supported executives and teams to lead with greater ease, confidence and impact.

Elena completed her coach training at New York University, and her Master’s in Public Health from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. Elena is also a certified MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) practitioner.

Her work has been featured in The American Lawyer, Bloomberg Big Law Business, Above the Law, and more. She regularly leads workshops for organizations such as the DC Bar, NY County Lawyers Association and the New York City Bar Association.

She lives with her family in upper Manhattan.

Angela Clements is the Principal Attorney and Founder of Clements Employment Law, P.C. and WILL Alumnae.

She is a labor and employment attorney focused on serving the needs of culture-first organizations and businesses. Angela also advises individuals who have been treated unfairly at work. She brings over a decade of labor and employment law practice to her law firm, which is woman and LGBT+ owned. Angela is a Northern California SuperLawyer Rising Star.

Prior to starting her own firm, Angela practiced labor and employment law as Senior Counsel at a major San Francisco Bay Area law firm. Her clients ranged from large public agencies, to large healthcare providers, to start-ups and small businesses.

Angela was also a senior policy advocate the Human Rights Campaign in Washington, D.C., where she lobbied Congress to extend workplace protections to LGBT+ people.

Angela devotes a significant portion of her services to pro bono and sliding scale legal assistance, including representing asylum-seekers, advising local nonprofits on employment law issues, and assisting with criminal justice reform impact litigation. She is an active member of the Bar Association of San Francisco, the Sonoma County Bar Association, and the National LGBT Bar Association.

Originally from the Great Plains, Angela maintains a deep love of the outdoors and wild, open space. When she is not practicing law, you can find her hiking a trail or camping in her Airstream with her wife and two daughters, usually somewhere in beautiful Sonoma County.

Sunday, September 20th
at 8 pm ET/ 5 pm PT

Friday, September 25th
at 3:30 pm ET/ 12:30 pm PT