Author: Julie Buxbaum

Julie moved to New York to work as a litigator at a large law firm, where she spent two long winters, and many, many hours working in the MetLife building. When she realized she had not seen sunlight in almost seven hundred and thirty days, she asked to be transferred to their Los Angeles office, which upon seeing her pale and desperate face, they kindly obliged. Julie eventually moved to a much smaller firm, but shortly thereafter realized that maybe she wasn’t cut out for the whole lawyer thing. As part of a New Year’s resolution, she quit my job, downsized her life, and went to work immediately on The Opposite of Love.

Julie moved to New York to work as a litigator at a large law firm, where she spent two long winters, and many, many hours working in the MetLife building. When she realized she had not seen sunlight in almost seven hundred and thirty days, she asked to be transferred to their Los Angeles office, which upon seeing her pale and desperate face, they kindly obliged. Julie eventually moved to a much smaller firm, but shortly thereafter realized that maybe she wasn’t cut out for the whole lawyer thing. As part of a New Year’s resolution, she quit my job, downsized her life, and went to work immediately on The Opposite of Love.