Foley’s Summer Associates get a Recipe for Success from Chicago Partner Joanne Molinaro

15 July 2021 Foley Career Perspectives Blog
Authors: Joanne Molinaro

Note: Thank you to co-authors Clare V. Anderson and Joe Mankowski for contributing this post.

Foley’s summer program continues to provide creative programming that shows our summer associates what life as a Foley attorney can be like. Last week, Joanne Lee Molinaro, a firm Partner in our Chicago Office, got things cooking nationwide with a virtual cooking demonstration.

Known for her blog and TikTok– The Korean Vegan, Joanne has proven that there is room in life for work, joy, love, and laughter. During the program, Joanne showed summer associates how to make her EZ No Chop Kimchi Fried Rice and discussed how she balances being a lawyer, a blogger, and a social media star. Summer associates were encouraged to try the recipe themselves for a chance to win a Foley cooking apron and an autographed copy of Joanne’s new cookbook, The Korean Vegan Cookbook: Reflections and Recipes from Omma's Kitchen, which will be released this fall.

We are thrilled to deliver innovative programming like this to our summer associates and help them learn more about Foley, our people, our culture, and the legal services we provide to our clients. A special thanks to Joanne for such a great event. To learn more about Joanne and her path to practice, listen to her episode of Foley’s The Path & The Practice Podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.

Joanne Molinaro, The Korean Vegan, Partner at Foley & Lardner LLP

 

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