After a Layoff, Law Librarian Starts Consultancy Business

Law.com offers an interview with entrepreneur and librarian Susan Davis, who has just started a statewide business called Law Library On Call LLC.

Davis began her legal career as an attorney with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. She moved to Connecticut and was a full-time mom for years before earning a library degree from Southern Connecticut State University. In her last semester, she took a job in the library at Updike, Kelly & Spellacy, and worked in the firm's Hartford offices until being laid off earlier this year.

Davis has bounced back with her New Haven, Conn.-based startup business, which offers the skills of a full-time law librarian on an a la carte basis.

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Laid off and in charge of future...

Sounds like this Porsche, Susan has the right idea...start up business and going strong, good news for other laid off lawyers....re invent yourselves.

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