DO YOUR FEET HURT from wearing uncomfortable shoes?

DO YOU WISH YOU COULD CUSTOMIZE YOUR CAREER as easily as you customize your morning Starbucks?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, How to Practice Law in Bunny Slippers is a must-read.

Follow the journey of an attorney's quest for work-life balance within her chosen career and find out how you can apply the lessons she learned to customize your own career to fit the lifestyle you want to have.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Posting #4 (employment lawyer, MD)

LIPPMAN, SEMSKER & SALB, LLC ( in Bethesda, Maryland, is looking for an employment lawyer.

“This is a good parent’s opportunity, because we are very family-friendly, willing to consider part-time (though it is a litigation position, so you know you have to heed deadlines regardless of time), and pretty flexible about worktime/place.” - Attorney Micah Salb.

You can find out more information about the firm and contact information at:

Friday, August 8, 2008

Posting #3 (estate planning in CA)

Kevin L. Von Tungeln, of Thompson Von Tungeln (, A P.C., a Lancaster, CA firm, seeks an independent contractor with experience (preferred) in estate planning.

Flexible work schedule.
No set hours.
No billable hour requirement.
Most of the work can be done from home (assuming your computer has broadband Internet access).

A flat, pre set fee for pretty much every project, most of which would be estate planning. The amount of the fee has not been set, and could evolve over time. Most projects would have a deadline around 2 to 3 weeks after being given to you. Most estate plans take My partner or I about 4 to 5 hours to complete. In house training would be required. Transition to full time practice would most certainly be an option.


Posting #2+ (ongoing resource)

I see that the idea of posting flexible lawyering opportunities is not unique. has regular postings for "Flexible Lawyer Jobs" across the country. Check out their site for other "bunny slipper law" opportunities!

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Posting #1 - Licensed attorney with publishing contract experience needed

A potential client is looking for an attorney who would like to work from a home office reviewing and negotiating book publishing contracts. Solid publishing contract experience required.

Time Commitment: PT to FT, make your own schedule
Location: Home office, email and phone access
Pay: Negotiable

Send resume to and reference posting number.

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Bunny Slipper Law job opportunities

I have started getting inquiries from companies that are interested in hiring lawyers who want to work on a part-time basis from their home offices. They are looking for experienced professionals in various legal specialities.
If you have any interest in being considered for "bunny slipper law" job opportunities, please forward your resume to Melody Kramer at with the subject line "Bunny Slipper Law Resume" and I can put you in touch with any potential employers that have contacted me. The requirements are that you are a licensed attorney in good standing in the jurisdiction needed for the job and are willing and able to take on client matters directly.
If you are any legal professional interested in freelancing for a law firm, feel free to sign up to be a beta-tester for FreelanceLaw at and visit the FreelanceLaw blog at