This email goes out to 1,340 South Asian legal professionals.
This newsletter has given me an excuse to build relationships with talented and generous people. It's given me a place in growing the South Asian legal industry. And I get stories from people about how it's impacting their lives. So thank you for being a part of this.
What has someone in the South Asian legal community done for you? I'll share the best stories I get.
My north star is boosting the economic performance and well-being of the South Asian legal industry. A key component of that is leveraging networks to enter green space. And the playbook for how I've done that throughout my legal career (including my move to join Ironclad) is the Indie Guide to Building Your Legal Network. And others are using it now for charting their move into parts unknown.
This is the best time of year to reflect on your values and goals. So I'm giving away 3 (three) copies of Indie Guide to Building Your Legal Network to the first people to email. Use it to build your plan for bigger things in 2022.
The Indie Guide To Building Your Legal Network
Part of the mission of Pani Cooler is to help South Asian lawyers make the most of the powerful network of any legal professionals. I attribute any success I've had with my career to the relationships I've developed and grown. And I wrote the principles I used in The Indie Guide to Building Your Legal Network.
Here's what Amisha Patel had to say about The Indie Guide: "Your writing is clear and concise, and I like how you weave in personal anecdotes and stories from others. You also outline a very clear action plan. Even as someone not in the law school setting, I found this extremely valuable in thinking about ways to reinforce many of the lessons that needed reinforcing on how to present well in strengthening and nurturing my network."
Pick up your copy here.