A lawyer’s regret: ‘…work was all that was left’

With the increasing advances of technology and a 24 hour work cycle, have you ever felt regret at your career? It’s not unusual, as you might imagine:

“A tax lawyer who became chief financial officer of Lehman Brothers is doing some soul searching since the company imploded in 2008. And she’s not happy about her one-time devotion to work. Erin Callan, who began her career at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, weighs in on the work-life balance debate…”

[Read: A lawyer’s regret: ‘My boundaries slipped away until work was all that was left’ at the ABA Journal]

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