Goodbye Phila, Hello D.C.: How a Philadelphia Lawyer is Retiring and Moving to Washington
In 2015, Philadelphia lawyer Phila Dickson decided it was time to retire. She loved her job, but it was time to move on with her life. Dickson did some research and found that the Washington, D.C. area was a great place to retire. The city has a great atmosphere and is full of opportunities. Dickson is moving to Washington in the spring and is looking forward to starting a new chapter in her life.
How did you decide to retire and move to D.C.?
This is my retirement blog. I’m moving to D.C. next year to be closer to my family. I’ve been a lawyer in Philadelphia for over 35 years. I’ve been very fortunate to have had a great career, but it’s time to move on.
I’m moving to D.C. because the legal market is booming there. I’m confident that I’ll be able to find a great job and be very happy. I’m looking forward to being in a new city, experiencing all of the things that D.C. has to offer, and meeting new people.
I hope you’ll follow my blog and stay updated on my progress in D.C. I’d really appreciate it.
What are some of the biggest challenges that you anticipate facing in your new city?
It’s been quite a journey getting here, and I can’t wait to see what the next few years bring. I’m retiring from my law practice in Philadelphia and moving to the nation’s capital. I’m anticipating some big challenges, but I’m up for the task.
One of the biggest challenges will be learning the new city and its systems. I’ll also need to find a new place to live and get acclimated to the climate. However, I’m confident that with a bit of effort, I’ll be able to make the transition.
I’m excited to start working on new projects and exploring the city. I hope you’ll keep me updated as I make this big change. Thanks for being a part of my journey.
What are some of your favorite things about living in D.C.?
It’s been a little over a year since I uprooted my life and moved to Washington, D.C. I never thought I’d leave my beloved Philadelphia, but the pull of the nation’s capital was too strong. And I’m so glad I made the decision to come here.
There are so many things that I love about living in D.C. The vibrant energy of the city is palpable. The people are friendly and welcoming, and the city has a lot to offer in terms of culture and history. I love the fact that D.C. is constantly buzzing with activity, whether it’s the hustle and bustle of the city center or the endless array of outdoor activities available in the surrounding area.
One of my favorite things about living in D.C. is the sense of community. I’ve made so many great friends here, and I feel like I’ve been able to contribute to the city in a meaningful way. I’m excited to continue doing so in the future.
How do you think your experience as a Philadelphia lawyer will benefit you in D.C.?
It’s been a long journey, but I’m finally retiring from the Philadelphia bar. After more than three decades of practicing law, I’m moving to the Nation’s Capital to start a new chapter in my career.
I don’t know about you, but I’m excited to see what the future holds. I’m confident that my experience as a Philadelphia lawyer will be a valuable asset in D.C. I’ll be able to bring my years of legal experience to bear on some of the most challenging legal challenges facing the District.
I can’t wait to start working with you, and I hope that we can join together to make a positive impact on the legal landscape in D.C.
Thank you for being a part of my journey. I’ll never forget the friendships I’ve made along the way.
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Philadelphian lawyer, Phila, is retiring and moving to Washington D.C. in order to be closer to her grandchildren. She has always loved the city and its culture, but she never thought she would live here permanently. Although this move will be difficult at first, she is excited for the new opportunities that it will bring her.