Jim Wawro is a Cornell Law School graduate and member of the California Bar. He began practicing with Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in New York City, went on to establish his own law firm in Los Angeles, later merged his international litigation practice with the 1,400-lawyer Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, and became a senior partner in that firm. After twenty-eight years of representing litigation clients from Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Liechtenstein, Mexico, The Netherlands, The People’s Republic of China, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom and the United States, Jim resigned his law firm partnership to write full-time from California’s Central Coast.
During his years of trying cases, Jim began to notice that there were other laws—unwritten laws—that anyone could use to make the right choices, gain creative insights, solve problems, gain access to the wisdom of the ages, and find a direct path for communication with the divine. One of those laws is the law of the inner voice, that there is an ever-flowing stream of wisdom coming to each individual from the light within. After experimenting with the inner voice and finding that it worked for him, Jim began to study how great thinkers throughout history and regular people alive today discovered the secrets of the inner voice: what it is, how to recognize it, how to contact it, how to listen to it, how to test it, when to rely on it, and how to distinguish it from other inner promptings. Jim condensed his study of proven methods of using the inner voice into Ask Your Inner Voice, a user’s guide to actively accessing the wisdom that lies within you.
Jim’s latest book, Awakening Counsel, through the telling of fourteen episodes from a trial lawyer’s life, expands on the law of intuition and also examines the universal laws of manifestation and healing. The book concludes with a step-by-step description of how anyone can use the universal laws of intuition, manifestation, and healing to know what they want, to get what they want, and to heal in nearly any situation.