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Becoming a Powerhouse Attorney On & Offline with Alexandra Kazarian

Season 3, Ep. 92

How are you using your expertise and knowledge for the greater good?


Whatever your career may be, there are so many people out there who would benefit to learn from your expertise. Online communities through social media are an extremely powerful tool that we can all tap into to share what we are passionate about and meet people who could potentially become mentors or clients. 


In this episode, I'm joined by Alexandra Kazarian. Alexandra is a powerful attorney who you may have seen on CBS LA, heard of from People Magazine, US Weekly, or Fox News. The first eight years of Alexandra’s career was at the Los Angeles County Public Defender's Office, where she was trying serious and violent felony cases to juries. Today, she has established her own practice where her successful defense of her clients has earned her the respect of her colleagues and adversaries. Not only that, but Alexandra has also built an impressive social media presence through which she shares her attorney expertise, which has even helped her attract new clients. 


Tune in to Episode 92 of Amiga, Handle Your Shit, and learn about  Alexandra’s background that led her to become an attorney, if there are any cases she will refuse to work on, how she deals with the pressure of being an attorney, how she has built her social media platforms, and so much more. 


In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • About Alexandra’s family background (6:19)
  • How Alexandra deals with the pressure of being an attorney (9:34)
  • If Alexandra handles has non-negotiable cases (14:10)
  • How Alexandra has built her social media platforms (22:53)
  • Alexandra’s advice for amigas to handle their shit (29:18)


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