Career Transition Coaching

Jennifer Alvey, JD, Coaching–Career Transition and Work/Life Balance

Are you unhappy, even miserable in your work? Do you long for something that feeds your soul as well as your bank account? You can find that work. It really does exist. I can help.

Who am I? Hi, I’m Jennifer Alvey, and I’m a recovering lawyer. I left practicing at Biglaw as a mid-level associate  a decade ago, after finally realizing that the problem wasn’t a specific firm, but what I was doing with my life. The lawyer life and work did not fit who I was, and it never would.

Since then, I’ve found out the amazing, positive difference it makes to have work in your life that matches your uniqueness. You can, too.

My job is to help you get moving and keep moving in the direction that is genuinely yours. In other words, to get you unstuck. That’s what coaching is about—creating forward motion toward your goals, dreams and aspirations.

What are some of your wildest, biggest dreams? I’d love to hear about them and help you reach them.

You can find out more, including a FAQ about coaching, at

2 thoughts on “Career Transition Coaching

  1. Are you real? I’m having a hard believing you are not a figment of my desperately self-serving imagination…so many of your insights and experiences resonate on such a profound level. I have always been drawn to coaches in principle, only to be repelled by the realization that they don’t get it. Coming from the honed, perfectinist, intellectual environment of law, much of which is quite appealing, I have never previously seen such lazer sharp insights as yours into the real problems with the practice and system of law. I am so impressed with you and what you are doing. I am working up the courage to work with you. I am afraid where it may lead, though.

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