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What does your LP parent do?

Creating an effective and compelling elevator pitch can be difficult. Even more challenging? Trying to explain your job to your kids. Today is Take Your Daughter or Son to Work Day, so we asked the sons and daughters of LP to explain what their parents do.

Our participants ranged in age from 8 months to 20-years-old, but they all had one thing in common: They were maybe only kinda, sorta sure what their parent does for a living. In fact, when asked what their parent did all day, 90 percent of the kids used the universal code for typing. And only one knew a lawyer joke. A shame.

If you need to work on your elevator pitch, our kids aren’t the ones to ask for help. But if you need a good chuckle or a better explanation of what an ESOP is, they have you covered.

Ilana & Kira  
12 years & 9 years
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             Harry        
          9 years     
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Lula & Beaux         
 12 years & 8 months        
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Matt & Mollie
20 years & 17 years
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Danielle &  Hailey   
14 years & 11 years
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 Avery & Hunter
  5 years & 3 years
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Michael    
5 years    
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 Luke
  9 years
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Levenfeld Pearlstein does not operate in a vacuum. We rely upon our network of clients, advisors, trusted friends, and colleagues to help it learn, grow, and connect. The firm launched its annual One Degree event to help people within LP's network connect, and it introduced bio videos to help LP's clients and potential clients connect to its attorneys. Because there are a lot more connections to be made in LP's network, we launched One Question, One Degree – a monthly video series that asks insightful, business-related questions to people in LP's network. Through personal stories and anecdotes captured on video, our network will get to know LP's attorneys and contacts, and in turn, will become a little more interconnected.

Want to see more installments of One Question, One Degree?