Jun 23, 2023
The legal profession, Rose Inglis believes, is
becoming more open-minded to the possibilities and opportunities
that arise from thinking beyond blackletter skills. Developing more
holistic skills will help lawyers better unlock their career
potential, she says — thereby allowing them to live their best
On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy speaks with Rose Tinted Law principal Rose Inglis about her journey as a now-former solicitor and the vocational epiphanies that occurred along the way, the impact of certain professional realisations upon her, why it is so important for lawyers to occasionally learn hard lessons about themselves and their careers, and the need to ask certain questions of yourself.
Ms Inglis also reflects on the proliferation of legal professionals straying from the supposed traditional path, whether those who do not take the time to be introspective could be falling behind their peers, finding new and more creative ways to gain insight into who you are as a lawyer, and what excites her about more and more lawyers unlocking their career potential moving forward.
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