Now, those looking for a
attorney coach can check out our
dedicated lawyer website,
Hot Blue Coaching!
Or you can still request a free consultation from
the original Feroce Coaching site as well.
Finding the right attorney coach is a product of
expertise, experience, and chemistry.
I'm Cameron Powell, Founder of Feroce and Certified
Executive Coach, and for most clients I offer all
three (chemistry, so ineffable, will take a
consultation to ferret out). The attorney
clients with whom I work fit into several categories.
Which one are you?
Not Yet Unhappy.
You are considering a career in the law and want sound
advice on law schools or guidance into your first legal
job, from a new-lawyer's legal
You want to change careers within the law or --
Really Unhappy -- to leave
the law and want an attorney career coach
Just Want to Crush the Competition, Make Truckload of
You want to grow your practice and want a
or specifically a lawyer marketing coach
Want to Improve Your Legal Skills? See
Want It All.
You want what is essentially
life coaching but from
the perspective of a lawyer life coach
Founder and Attorney Coach Cameron
Attorney coaching is one of
my specialties precisely because I am a coach who has
also practiced law --
in several of its many personalities -- and, unlike many
coaches, I have also
started up and marketed several successful businesses
(both with capital and on a shoestring).
The legal experience I bring to bear in our
coaching relationship includes:
Graduated from Harvard Law School
Summer clerkships with the Attorney General's Office of
Alaska (working on the
Exxon-Valdez spill); the Governor's Office of Colorado; Lafili & Van Crombrugghe of Brussels; Weil, Gotshal &
Manges in Washington, D.C.; and Holland & Hart, Denver
Judicial clerkship, U.S. District Court, District of
Trial lawyer, Attorney General's Honor Program, U.S.
Department of Justice
Litigation and Intellectual Property Departments, Foley
Adjunct Professor Intellectual Property, The George
Washington Law Center
General Counsel and VP of
Business Development, SnapNames.com
Solid Business Experience.
After I left the full-time practice of law, I developed
an entirely new portfolio of expertise in business and policy roles
for publicly-traded and start-up companies, did
venture-capital fundraising and business development,
and consulted in search engine optimization and Internet
marketing. See my
I have special
expertise in the challenges and problems facing
dissatisfied lawyers or those with
as well as the ways and means of getting out of firms, and even
out of the law. See my bio for the full story (with
versions both long and short).
At Feroce we excel at
the unconventional penetrating observation. If I
don't come up with a fresh observation -- some new angle
on your situation that neither you nor your friends have
yet thought of -- your first session is free. Wait
-- it's already free. But I'd be surprised,
nevertheless. In all of our coaching, as in
coaching generally, there's really no such thing as a
discrete area of coaching like "attorney coaching":
sometimes it looks like
business coaching, most of the time it will be
simply life coaching.
You shouldn't want it any other way.
To see some of the many powerful tools that can be included
at no extra cost in your coaching, see the
Life Planning Process: The Creation of the Future
See CJ's lawyer
Individual Practices, Lawyers, and Lawyers' Lives
Attorney Career Coach:
Who Else Wants to Leave the Law?
Legal Coach: Mistakes
to Avoid in Entering the Law
Lawyer Coach: An
Lawyer Marketing Coach:
Plan and Execute Sure-Fire Marketing Strategies
Coaches: Sticking to Basics -- Referrals
Types of Lawyer Clients
Top Signs You Could Use a
Coaching Conversations (one with a lawyer in a large
Related Pages on Hot Blue Coaching:
Lawyer Life Coach
Lawyer Career Coach
Lawyer Marketing Coach
Let's talk today about my being your attorney coach.
Ask for a free
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Minneapolis, St. Louis, New York City, Charlotte,
Philadelphia, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Madison,
Milwaukee, NYC, Washington D.C., San Diego, Denver,
Jacksonville, Atlanta, Honolulu, Baltimore, Boston,
Kansas City, Omaha, Las Vegas, Newark, Cincinnati,
Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Portland, Pittsburgh,
Nashville, Fort Worth, Salt Lake City, Seattle, San
Jose, Phoenix, Tucson, Tampa, Olympia, Spokane, Tacoma,
Palo Alto, Pasadena, Sacramento, Santa Monica,
Greenwich, Hartford, New Haven, Albuquerque, Austin,
Birmingham, Huntsville, Montgomery, Eugene, Salem, and