PWB028: From Temporary Homelessness after Law School to Owning a Law Practice - A Conversation with Attorney Bianca Gay Jordan

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This episode:

Attorney Bianca Gay Jordan, founder and owner of Brazen Legal, began her legal practice on a dollar and a dream. After completing her law degree, which was her second advanced degree, she found herself homeless after not passing the bar by less than two points and, then, being deemed overqualified for non-attorney positions. She applied for approximately four hundred positions in different states during that year. She passed the bar on her next try and decided that she would hang her own shingle. Now Attorney Gay Jordan has built a practice primarily serving clients on immigration matters.

Attorney Gay Jordan is also a co-host of The Legal(ish) Podcast.

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