It’s been a while since my last post. A LOT has happened since then. Most noteably, the pandemic. Like the rest of the world, my life was radically changed because of this. It was a period of triage for many of us, and that resulted in my radio silence on this blog.
But, I’m back.
What has not changed is that I’m still an Illinois-licensed attorney mainly focusing on family law. I own my own law firm and that has allowed me the incredible flexibility to be with my children. I can always work more; I can never get back the time I have with my children as they grow up.
So this has re-focused me on my career path. I will always have my law license and actually aim to get licensed in more states when I can. I love learning. The more I learn, the more I want to learn more. (LOL at my grammar but you get my point!)
One common area that I’ve always been interested in is technology. Technology changes so rapidly and that is exciting to me. Throughout my time as a lawyer, I’ve been learning about new technologies and new applications of the technologies. New development. I’ve even taken online courses to keep my skillset current and understand how I can use these tools (used by data analytics and data scientists) in combination with what I already know (stastical analysis, research, content creation, the law).
So you’ll see a change in the posts I’m going to make. They’re going to be more data-focused because that is what I’m into now. I’m exploring data analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data. They are technical and can be complex, but I aim to be able to explain my thoughts as clearly and efficiently as possible.