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Should You Marry a Lawyer?: A Couple's Guide to Balancing Work, Love & Ambition Paperback – September, 2003

ISBN-13: 978-0940675551 ISBN-10: 0940675552

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Of all the books written about American lawyers, and there are several thousand, not one of them explores the interplay of work, love and ambition in the lawyer marriage. The author's work is not intended to fill a sociological gap. Its purpose is less formal. It is a mosaic of stories, first-person accounts and personal insights drawn from the author's nearly 25 years of clinical practice and research. Hopefully, this work will help you identify certain lawyering patterns, and with this knowledge, improve the relationship you have with the lawyer in your life.

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Dr. Travis is a psychologist who has counseled hundreds of lawyers and lawyer families in more than 20 years of practice, and who herself is married to a lawyer.

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