Jean Chou and I met when we were both newly out of law school and newly out of the closet.
I’ve wanted to interview her for a while, so we finally got together so I could pick her brain about her perspectives on lesbian dating and relationships as well as the patterns she had to break and the lessons she had to learn in order to grow her successful law practice and navigate her professional and personal relationships.
During the episode Jean Chou and I discuss:
Jean Chou is the Principal of JLC & Associates, a New York City law firm specializing in residential and commercial real estate transactions with an organizational focus on inclusivity and community impact. Jean is also active within the LGBTQ+ community, serving as pro bono counsel to GLAAD and The City Bar Justice Center’s Homeowner Stability Project and as a volunteer career advisor with New Women New Yorkers.
Check out Jean Chou’s law firm website.
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If you enjoyed this conversation with Jean Chou, you should check out my prior episodes featuring other queer women who are doing amazing things in the world.
I talked to Tinia Pina about sustainability and entrepreneurship.
I talked to Teresa Boyd about how to turn fear into inspiration.
I talked to Jenny Greenstein about how to dress as a lesbian and find your style from the inside out.
I talked to Cassandra Vnook about her wild lesbian adventures.
I talked to Robyn Exton about founding the HER dating app for queer women.
I talked to Stevie Boebi about the journey to becoming a lesbian influencer.
And I talked to Rizala Carrington about building queer community online.
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