So, it feels a bit surreal for me to say this, but today is my last day as an assistant editor at Above the Law. I wrote my first piece for the site, as a freelancer, nearly two years ago, and it’s been quite a ride since then.
As part of the ATL team, I attended the IP trial of the century, I’ve interviewed some incredible attorneys (and several less incredible ones), and I’ve written about Biglaw lawyers turned small business owners.
I’ve enjoyed working under the watchful eye of the ATL Commentariat, as well as the readers brave enough to send us actual emails. You all have kept me honest, kept my ego in check, and kept my spell-check working hard. I’ll miss you crazed internet goblins.
But it’s time to move on; it’s time to get goin’….
I’m just going to drive up toward Washington and keep my phone off for the duration of the trip. When I return, I’ll be working with a start-up like everyone else here in San Francisco, and perhaps doing some freelance writing on the side.
I’ve enjoyed writing for Above the Law, and I’ll wear my battle scars with honor. I mean, I have an entire fan fiction series devoted to moi. The insanity of my doppelgänger notwithstanding, that’s pretty awesome.
You stay classy, ATL. Danzig out.