Monday, May 26, 2008

Take This Job and Love It!

Hi All. Kelly here. Jeff has graciously allowed me to commandeer the blog to announce that after more than six years at Petrie & Stocking, I will be leaving to start a new job July 1st. I have been invited to join Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. ( practicing family law. I will be moving from a firm of 13 lawyers to a firm of 140 lawyers. My practice has evolved in such a way that I need to be able to draw upon highly specialized teams to effectively represent my clients (corporate lawyers, estate planners, business lawyers, real estate attorneys, etc.). My new firm will be a better fit for my clients and will give me the best opportunity to grow my unique practice area.

So, that's our big news. For this week. :-)


Mary M Clay said...

CONGRATULATIONS, Kelly! That's great news! Although I know it will be tough to leave all your teammates at your firm, I'm excited for you to join the new team! I can't wait to hear all about it! Bryan and I are in sunny Nassau this week. It's beautiful and hot...I'll bring home plenty of pics.
Have a great week and tell everyone hello!

Katie Clancy said...

Can I be the second to officially congratulate you!
And, does anyone in your firm have their MN law license? Let's talk... think I can send some business your way!
Lots of love... you deserve it all!

mka said...

Congratulations on the job change. Change is good. New experiences, new friends, new money. I've been moving this weekend, and it feels good. I'll talk to you later. Love, Mom

Jim said...

You Don't Mess With The Zohan!

michelle wait said...

Way to go Kelly! This is really exciting news!!!
Love you,

Kathy said...

Great news, Kelly! I think Andy Schlidt is at WHD who is a great guy and a boon to the ND Club. You'll be in good company!

Kathy Haase

Mary H. Dodd said...

We are so proud of you! Congratulations on the new job. Mary and Gary

Terri said...

Kelly, now that you are in a new firm now is your chance to talk like George Costanza in te episode where he talked like Grandpa Orr. It would be funny to see someone in that profession and of you size to be talking like a dirty old farm rancher. Where you say, "Hey there you sons of bitches, have you got the report on Jones yet ya bastard?" That's a good way to start off at your new firm. :) Ha,ha.