May 26, 2021
Our conversation today is with Peter Mogan who has been working as a lawyer, entrepreneur, and mediator since 1978 in BC and Ontario. Peter is known as a leading legal advisor for mid-market mergers and acquisitions, and is the founding partner of Mogan Daniels Slager LLP.
After 13 years of working as a lawyer, Peter was in vocational confusion and studied theology at Regent College. He shares how studying theology shaped him, and his journey to starting his own law firm. Peter also talks about why lawyers have a bad reputation, what Christians can do to redeem the legal profession, and what it means to him to be an ambassador in the marketplace.
Highlights from the podcast:
Peter’s vocational confusion and how he learned to lay down his identity
How Peter almost left his work as a lawyer and how re-entered law
The story of how Peter started his Mergers & Acquisitions boutique law firm
How Peter realized that all of life is ministry and started asking himself how he could serve God and serve his neighbour through my work
Why lawyers have a bad reputation
How to redeem law through empowerment, compassion, and transparency
What being an ambassador in the marketplace means