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Practicing while Black

Jun 17, 2019

Despite entering into the legal profession, Attorney Kourtni Mason did not give up her passion for dancing. Instead, she secured an opportunity to dance for Beyoncé during Super Bowl XLVII (47) as a practicing attorney and became the author of a children’s book series focused on dance.  Access show notes at: 


Jun 3, 2019

On this episode, our host discusses the five reasons that you need a squad. Access show notes at: www.practicingwhileblack.com/podcast


May 20, 2019

After being denied partnership, despite bringing in a half of a million dollars in business to the law firm where she worked, Attorney Allison Williams eventually opened her own law firm, which is now a multi-million dollar practice. Access show notes at: 


Apr 15, 2019

Despite initial difficulty getting admitted to law school, Attorney Ashley Kirkwood used her hustle and drive to land positions in multiple big law firms. However, after negotiating her way to a $287,000 yearly salary, Attorney Ashley Kirkwood left it all to be a full-time entrepreneur. Access show notes at:


Apr 1, 2019

On this episode, our host talks about the importance of strategically positioning yourself towards your purpose. Access show notes at www.practicingwhileblack.com/podcast and join the Legal Influencer Virtual Workshop Series at