Headshot photo courtesy of Nixon Peabody LLP
In the Q&A, published on May 30, Nicholson, a self-described “second-career attorney,” speaks about her career path, her commitment to mentoring (she co-chairs the Hofstra Law Alumni Association’s Career Services Committee) and her experience as a woman attorney.
Executive Profile: JoAnna Nicholson
By Adina Genn
Long Island Business News
May 30, 2017
What’s your recommendation for anyone wanting to get ahead in law?
In any high-pressure profession, find mentors whose stories resonate. If they’re doing things you want to do, find out how they started doing them. A lot of the time, young people want to reinvent the world and figure it out for themselves, but sometimes you don’t have to. Find advice that saves you a headache or someone who shows you new things you didn’t know were out there.
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