Attorney Lauren P. Raysor, Esq., author of "Living the Wealthy Life," announces that she will join three other female attorneys as part of the "Circle of Sisters" Book Tour, which will take place on October 8-9 at Jacob Javits Center in New York City.
Ms. Raysor will be joined by Cathleen Williams, author of "Single Mother The New Father"; Sandra Glaves-Morgan and her book "Wife, Whore or Slave"; and Star Bobatoon, who wrote "I Hate Muscular Dystrophy: Loving a Child with a Life-Altering Disease."
Ms. Raysor will be selling copies of her book, "Living the Wealthy Life," in which every person has the ability to transform their current situation into something truly magnificent, regardless of their social or economic background. The transformation starts from within as people learn to take responsibility for their own actions rather than blame others. As an example, Ms. Raysor describes how she rose from poverty to become Assistant Attorney General for the State of New York, Deputy Chief and later Senior Trial Counsel for New York City and before starting her own practice.
Now in its seventh year, Circle of Sisters is New York's largest expo for women of color and hosts a variety of speakers, authors, seminars, inspirational services, R&B; and gospel concerts, in addition to more than 200 vendors and companies selling unique items and services.
For tickets or more information, visit www.circleofsisters.com. For further information about Ms. Raysor, visit livingthewealthylife.com.
About Lauren P. Raysor
Lauren P. Raysor is an attorney concentrating in personal injury, civil rights, matrimonial and family law, and corporate, business and municipal legal services. A 1988 graduate of Fordham Law School, Ms. Raysor has worked on behalf of the people, both in her own practice and as an attorney for the City of New York and the State Attorney General's Office. In 1993, Ms. Raysor joined the New York City Law Department as Deputy Chief and Senior Trial Counsel, handling negligence cases in the city. From 1999 to 2001, she served as Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Bronx and Upper Manhattan, investigating and litigating consumer fraud cases. In 2002, Ms. Raysor served as President of the Metropolitan Black Bar Association, where she testified before the City Council on civil rights issues. She has handled high-profile cases, including representing the shooting victim in the case against rap and hip-hop artist Remy Ma.