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My name is Angela Han, and I am obsessed with
all things health. I am a healthcare lawyer, a
personal trainer, a wellness coach, and a yoga
instructor. I help busy lawyers overcome their
physical and mental challenges through wellness training.
I found my life’s purpose from my biggest
pain point: my own health journey

Disclaimer: This podcast is not to be confused with the personal training services provided by Tricia Schafer's Fit to Practice program based in Arizona. Please visit her amazing services at

Jan 24, 2023

What is it like to be an IP food lawyer? I have always been curious, honestly every time I eat any sort of food, so it was a no brainer to invite Eunika Kurek, Senior Counsel at Unilever, to come speak about her work and what she cares about. She talks about some of the common challenges in her field, how she...

Jan 17, 2023

Today I am speaking with Aliza Shatzman, and it was a real honor because it has been a couple years since she graduated law school and she has started the Legal Accountability Project, where she helps law students to choose clerkships that are the right fit for them by giving them accurate information about the...

Jan 10, 2023
In this episode, Angela meets Saira Rao, political activist, author, publisher, and former Wall Street lawyer and television producer. 
She is the co-founder of "Race2Dinner", in which she and her partner in the project, Regina Jackson, imagine a world without white supremacy and misogyny. 
Saira and Regina attend...

Jan 3, 2023

A lot of leaders suffer in silence because they have an additional layer of pressure to be perfect. I am talking about leaders as in individuals who are in a position of power in an institution, whether it is a company or a firm or some organization. And I define leaders here in this way because that word can mean...

Dec 27, 2022

Shaun Sethna is an in house lawyer and leader who has a really powerful story to share about imposter syndrome. When we talk about imposter syndrome, we all kind of think that we don’t really have it because we feel like actual imposters and there is no “syndrome” about it. We actually believe as a matter of fact...