As the law school observes its 10-year anniversary, change is afoot. The appointment of a new dean, renovations to a historic Center City building that will house the Thomas R. Kline Institute for Trial Advocacy, the addition of Master of Laws concentrations in cybersecurity and financial regulation and the rising presence of international students signal an exciting moment in the law school’s evolution.
Likewise, many alumni are making career moves. Whether they graduated in the inaugural class or more recently, some alumni have switched jobs to improve their work-life balance, gain greater autonomy or increase their income. Their professional growth reflects resilience, initiative and more than a passing willingness to take risks. Some have made changes that produced unexpected results, while others have gained new insights about strategies for future success.
With this issue of The Docket, we celebrate the exhilarating dynamics of change.