On today’s podcast, lobbyist and McGeorge alum and adjunct professor Chris Micheli talks with his colleague Laura Curtis.
Laura recently switched careers – from working in a legal career in the San Francisco Bay Area to lobbying for the California Chamber of Commerce in California’s capital. The two talk about her experience switching careers and the biggest differences between being a practicing attorney and a lobbyist.
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