All in empowering independence
Elizabeth Goodwin is equal parts lawyer, political organizer, and community builder. She’s had her own law practice, where she supported other small firm lawyers in their law practices, and she's helped newly-minted lawyers find their way in their law practices. While she lives in Charlotte, her primary hustle is at Wake Forest University School of Law. Enjoy Elizabeth’s story, in her words!
Let’s meet Jonathan Barber, a franchise attorney in Charlotte. Wise beyond his years. Savvy outpacing his “experience.” An “old soul” in some respects. Husband <> Dad <> Franchise Lawyer. That’s Jonathan Barber. Read his story. He’s up to something.
Today, we meet Joyce Brafford. She’s a lawyer in Raleigh. She’s a lawyer who understands Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), creating and implementing actionable business development strategies, and developing a plan to remain incognito while having an out-body-experience at a Hozier concert. In short, she’s unique (as we all are). You’ll see when you read her story, in her words.
Today, we talk about Colleen Byers. She’s a lawyer in Winston-Salem at one of the most respected law firms in North Carolina (Bell Davis & Pitt). We highlight her story because it’s a human story and her story impacts her practice. Read Colleen’s story.
We like to talk about the human component of practicing law. Describing the man or woman behind the curtain of his or her law practice. Enjoy!