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Inclusive Education Project Podcast


Aug 7, 2018

Launching a new business is tough. Launching a new business while balancing single parenthood is certainly a challenge. It’s one that our guest is taking on and succeeding! Joining us today is Brooke Bove, a solo practitioner who left her position at a litigation firm to launch her own law practice, Bove Law Group. Along with building her business, Brooke is a single mom who is focused on growing a successful career as well as cultivating a fulfilling family life.  

Be sure to Save the Date for our upcoming Panel discussion and Silent Auction on Building the Bridge Between School, Learning, and Mental Health set for Sept. 13th, 2018 at 5:30pm Costa Mesa, CA. More on this soon!

Full show transcript on website here.

What We Discuss in This Episode

  • Brooke shares her journey from being pregnant as a new lawyer to leaving her litigation associate position to launch her own practice
  • How going through a divorce forced Brooke to reevaluate what she wanted from her own career
  • Why it was important to find a position as a lawyer that felt more aligned with her comfort level and her skills
  • How opening her own practice allowed her to create flexibility in her schedule
  • The role Facebook support Groups have played in Brooke’s ability to network and grow as a person
  • How single parenthood affects the IEP journey for a child
  • The importance of finding like-minded support groups either online or in person

Contact Information:

Bove Law Group website

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