Recently, with both of our children now attending college in far-away states, I've been making long cross-country road trips in the family "truckster" loaded down with dorm room furnishings several times each year. Usually I have a child as traveling companion. I've always had an interesting time, even if the roads we are traveling on have been traversed before. My "tips" for surviving a long cross-country road trip are:
For many lawyers, the idea of going paperless is about as comfortable as a decision to go without pants. I thought I would never give up the paper, until I did. I’m convinced others can too, following a sort of step-by-step weaning of the paper.
What single project or task would you consider your most significant accomplishment to date?
In my personal life, my biggest accomplishment is without a doubt my family. In my professional life, getting accepted to the AAML and having the opportunity to join my mother (Madeline Marzano-Lesnevich) in the AAML. It’s pretty amazing to get to practice law with my husband and parents every day.
What was the last thing you watched on TV and why did you choose to watch it?
Opening night soiree, complimentary lifetime member luncheon, inspiring and innovative speaker series and extraordinary auction items await you at the Foundation events hosted during the AAML Annual Meeting from November 2 – 5, 2016.