Sometimes a situation becomes unbearable and then we change. Sometimes we change before it becomes unbearable (proactive change). Hypothesis: When the changes we are underdoing are so big that they are threatening our identity, the latter almost never happens.
The most powerful change happens when we are forced to our knees.
So what motivates us to change?
The Report from the NetherlandsA compilation by Ayni Smith and Kim Wright Published from Paris. Reports about Belgium and Paris will follow shortly. We're busy living those stories.
Atticus Finch. The greatest literary law figure of at least the past 50 years, Atticus has been both an inspiration and challenge for those interested in becoming lawyers since he first appeared in Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird. For many, he’s the dividing line of all law literary figures: you’re either like him, or […]
Today I’d like to share a message posted recently on Facebook by my friend and mentor J. Kim Wright. Her work as a Legal Rebel, her teaching & her writing, have been major, major sources of support and inspiration for me as I’ve moved through law school. As graduation nears, I look forward to contributing in whatever ways I can to the sea change that is before us in the field of law. So cheers — to collaboration and to leadership that has to do with clarity and expanded awareness, to peace and JUSTICE… And the gift of being able to share…