I met Will this Fall 2012 at the NALSC event in Lower Manhattan. He works with clients all over the world. He’s professional, humorous & understands a lawyer’s journey. He meets with associates to managing partners of large firms.
Way Worse Than Being a Dentist:  the Lawyer’s Quest for Meaning, was published in late 2011.  This book grew out of his experiences as a corporate attorney at Sullivan & Cromwell back in the late 1990’s.  Will was asked, back in early 2010, to write a column about law and psychotherapy for the popular legal website, AboveTheLaw.com and those columns – dozens of them – became the starting point for a book that tackles the unfortunate current state of the legal profession.  Way Worse is intended to be funny – but also deadly serious – and it deals with the entire experience of being a lawyer, from contemplating law school to making partner.  He would recommend this book to anyone considering a career in law – or anyone already working in the legal profession who’s wondering how matters devolved into their current pickle.  Also helpful if you simply know someone working in law and desire a clear-headed view into that strange and unique world.
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Will Meyerhofer holds a BA, magna cum laude, from Harvard University, a Juris Doctor from the New York University School of law and a Master of Social Work from the Hunter College School of Social Work. Mr. Meyerhofer is a registered Licensed Clinical Social Worker in New York State.  Since 2005, he has been operating his private practice, A Quiet Room, offering individual, couples and group psychotherapy from his home in Lower Manhattan.