I’ve been a professional, full-time journalist for 10 years. Most recently I was staff reporter at Texas Lawyer, a legal-news publication owned by ALM Media Inc. But this May, I had my second son and made the decision to go back to work part time so I can spend more time raising my children. Now I’m working part time as a freelance reporter, still writing mainly for Texas Lawyer and law.com.
Lawyers who want to get fit have a lot of options—running, lifting weights, cross-training, yoga. But for some attorneys, cycling is yielding more benefits than just shedding pounds.
These lawyers say that the sport fosters camaraderie and conversation, which allows them to meet new clients, get closer to existing clients and strengthen relationships with colleagues.