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I finished my career coaching, #lifeafterlawschool! I learned so much. For today’s post I will interview my team mate Krystle.


Jen: Introduce yourself.

Krystle: My name is Krystle A. Clervaud, Esq. I’m a licensed, practicing attorney in Southern California.

Jen: Where are you in your legal career?

Krystle: Currently, I am a solo pracitioner. My focus is on Family Law, Criminal Law, and Estate Planning.

Jen: Why were you interested in career coaching?

Krystle: I was interested in career coaching because I know that I have room for improvement and that there may be other avenues that I might want to explore.

Jen: What did you hope to gain?

Krystle: I hoped to gain some insight as to how I could improve my methodology on how I approach my work, gain potential clients, and networking.

Jen: Did you receive what you were looking for?

Krystle: I did. I learned a lot. I received some resources that would be beneficial to me. As well, as my legal career develops, thanks to the exposure of this program, I now have other possible avenues I might want to explore, such as in-house counsel.

Jen: Paying for a career coach is definitely an investment in your future. Do you feel it was worth it?

Krystle: Yes, it was definitely worth it. I now have a mentor and a professional connection that I can still reach out to and bounce ideas off of.

Jen: Was the information presented new information for you? 

Krystle: Its not that the information, itself, was new, but the way in which I looked at those things that I already knew. Having a new insight helped me view my strengths and weaknesses/challenges differently.

Jen: Did you learn real skills that will serve you professionally?

Krystle: Yes, I did. I’m definitely working on my CV and my networking skills.

Jen: Did you gain anything that you didn’t expect to gain, a nice bonus if you will?

Krystle: I gained some new professional connections/ contacts that are Black Women. I love when I that happens. We’re not always represented or visible, as when I see us, its absolute magic.

Jen: Do you recommend the Crimson Law Coach to others?

Krystle: Yes, I do. I think its a great resource for legal professionals just starting out. Its a great launching pad in helping you find your way and see your options in law.

Jen: Anything else you care to share?

Krystle: This was an absolute great experience.

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I finished my career coaching! I learned so much. For today's post I will interview my fellow cohorts.
Jen: Introduce yourself.

Krystle: My name is Krystle A. Clervaud, Esq. I’m a licensed, practicing attorney in Southern California.

Jen: Where are you in your legal career?

Krystle: Currently, I am a solo pracitioner. My focus is on Family Law, Criminal Law, and Estate Planning.

Jen: Why were you interested in career coaching?

Krystle: I was interested in career coaching because I know that I have room for improvement and that there may be other avenues that I might want to explore.

Jen: What did you hope to gain?

Krystle: I hoped to gain some insight as to how I could improve my methodology on how I approach my work, gain potential clients, and networking.

Jen: Did you receive what you were looking for?

Krystle: I did. I learned a lot. I received some resources that would be beneficial to me. As well, as my legal career develops, thanks to the exposure of this program, I now have other possible avenues I might want to explore, such as in-house counsel.

Jen: Paying for a career coach is definitely an investment in your future. Do you feel it was worth it?

Krystle: Yes, it was definitely worth it. I now have a mentor and a professional connection that I can still reach out to and bounce ideas off of.

Jen: Was the information presented new information for you? 

Krystle: Its not that the information, itself, was new, but the way in which I looked at those things that I already knew. Having a new insight helped me view my strengths and weaknesses/challenges differently.

Jen: Did you learn real skills that will serve you professionally?

Krystle: Yes, I did. I’m definitely working on my CV and my networking skills.

Jen: Did you gain anything that you didn't expect to gain, a nice bonus if you will?

Krystle: I gained some new professional connections/ contacts that are Black Women. I love when I that happens. We’re not always represented or visible, as when I see us, its absolute magic.

Jen: Do you recommend the Crimson Law Coach to others?

Krystle: Yes, I do. I think its a great resource for legal professionals just starting out. Its a great launching pad in helping you find your way and see your options in law.

Jen: Anything else you care to share?

Krystle: This was an absolute great experience.

Attention readers! Crimson Law has a discount for you!! Sign up for Crimson Law & use the referral code JENTHEJD to receive a discount on future cohorts. She has a September class starting soon!!

Visit https://www.crimsonlawcoach.com

 

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