Above the Law: Anna Brook on taking leaps of faith in careers

Above the Law: Anna Brook on taking leaps of faith in careers

Culhane Meadows’ New York office partner Anna Brook, recently spoke with Above the Law’s Kathryn Rubino for her podcast, The Jabot, which focuses on the challenges women, people of color, LGBTQIA, and other diverse populations face in the legal industry. This episode explores some leap-of-faith moments in Anna’s education and career.

Set to be an engineer, Anna decided to take a leap of faith and go to Harvard Law School — and now, she’s a successful patent lawyer. Anna and Kathryn chat about the twists and turns of her career that got her to where she is now. They also discuss how Anna settled on her practice area and some of the benefits of working in patent law. Anna also shares what the patent law STEM requirements are really like, and how she balances her career and home life.

Click HERE for the full podcast. Happy listening!

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