Lost and Found

On Friday, November 1, 2013, 7,000 women poured into the Pennsylvania Convention Center to explore the "power of possibilities" at the 10th annual Pennsylvania Conference for Women. The day undulated with questions, the answers some women found, and steps others began to take toward finding their own. Financial wizard Sallie Krawcheck lost her job in a very public manner and found the resilience to say "look at me, I’m on the front page of the New York Times" and move forward. Author Tory Johnson lost 60 pounds and found a happier life. She told conference attendees "Don't underestimate what you [...]

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A Coach Goes To Court

The intersection of a dual career - coaching and practicing law -was experienced dramatically when I argued a case before the Commonwealth's highest court; the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Lawyers train for argument before this court as athletes prepare for the Olympics. Despite receiving notice of the assignment only a month before the appointed day, like most lawyers, I was essentially training for it throughout the course of my twenty year career in law. I had one month to read the relevant cases, of which there were many, read the briefs, of which there were many, and then craft and rehearse [...]