What’s in that capacious Kate Spade handbag, Sybil Dunlop?
- Most crucially, a Microsoft Surface with her entire practice on it.
- An iPhone 6 with an “I voted” sticker on it.
- A passport.
- A clutch purse that is also a wallet.
- Lots of chargers.
- A dongle because you never know when you’ll need to do a Power Point presentation.
- Business cards.
- A hacker-proof case for credit cards.
- Keys to a house where she is housesitting.
- Loose change.
- A rock her daughter found.
- A Doc McStuffins toy.
- And no pen because she’ll chew the caps and then ruin the bag.
Sybil Dunlop is a partner at Greene Espel
What’s in your bags, Karin Ciano?
- A pair of eyeglasses and a pair of sunglasses in cases.
- A wallet.
- A Bluetooth headset
- Samsung Galxay and a charger (it’s a big phone and a baby tablet at the same time)
- Two business card holders—, one for her law firm and one for the Collaborative Community Law Initiative.
- Keys in every possible place
- A small purse that holds hearing aid batteries and a silver acorn for good luck, with a house key attached to it.
Tote bag from a probate law section event:
- A classic size Franklin Planner that she’s been using for 20 years. (Her calendar is also on her phone.)
- Pens and highlighters.
- A plastic accordion file for anything I’m working on that day.
- A Kindle.
- A couple of outlet strips.
Karin Ciano is a sole practitioner and acting executive director of the Collaborative Community Law Initiative.
What’s in the briefcase, Clayton Halunen?
What’s in that slimly designed, strikingly handsome Martin Patrick briefcase of Clayton Halunen’s?
Nothing that he couldn’t tell mom about, that’s for sure.
- A crinkly paper bag of soft black licorice, a beloved indulgence.
- Slippery Elm lozenges, noted for their soothing effects on the throat and digestive system.
- Power to go, in the form of a chocolate energy bar made by Minneapolis-based K’ul Chocolate.
- A well-curated collection of high-octane reading material, including Rocket Fuel, a book on entrepreneurial management practices.
- And a fresh legal pad, of course.