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Partner up LLC

Our mission is to partner with members of the legal profession to explore the challenges they face in their professional and personal lives, to work together to develop and execute practical and sustainable strategies to successfully overcome these challenges and to provide private professional skills training that will further enhance our clients’ professional skills.

Our Story

When Rosemary started training to become a coach, one of her instructors commented that there was a great need for coaching in the legal profession, but lawyers think that only other lawyers understand them. We think he was right.  So, we decided to set up a coaching practice to specialize in coaching lawyers and law students and other members of the legal profession.

There is a TED talk entitled, “Want to get great at something? Get a coach”. The speaker was a surgeon and his topic was about how one-on-one coaching on surgical techniques improved his patient outcomes and made him a better surgeon.  We thought one-on-one coaching tailored to the needs of experienced litigators and trial lawyers could help bring them to even higher levels of effectiveness. We designed a bespoke program to enhance deposition, writing, trial and oral presentation skills tailored to the client’s needs, interests and schedule.  We added a program to coach lawyers on marketing their services, closing the deal and client retention because in our coaching we identified this as a leading cause of attorney stress.


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Six Proven Tips to Help Your ADHD Teen Deal with Traffic Stops

Teens with ADHD are more likely to have traffic stops with police than their neuro-typical friends, and now is the time to help your teen deal safely with traffic stops. “Young drivers with ADHD are more likely to have poor driving than other teenagers, caused by...

What does an Attorney with ADHD Look Like?

If you have ever read the lists of professions that are ADHD-friendly, you will find law prominently listed.  That may be why so many attorneys have ADHD.  What does an attorney with ADHD look like? The three criteria that most experts recognize are inattentiveness,...

Can a Person with ADHD Supervise Others? Yes!

It’s hard enough to manage myself and now I have to manage others? This is a question my clients ask as they take on management responsibilities. They have proven themselves as being technically adept and knowledgeable, but now they face the additional...

Lawyers, ADHD and Procrastination

Procrastination.  We all do it, but people with ADHD do it more often and better than Neuro-Typicals.  Take this blog for instance. I’ve known I had to write it for two months.  I started it 4 days before my personal deadline.  I could tell myself that this way is...

ADHD and Attorney Wellness

Unmanaged ADHD can lead to depression, anxiety and substance abuse. By educating the profession about ADHD and de-stigmatizing it, we can improve attorney wellness.

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