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Our Coach.

Alyssa Malin, J.D.

Inspired by her own experience as an attorney whose life was transformed by coaching, Alyssa became a certified coach, left her job as general counsel to a New York City real estate investment firm, and founded The Stet Collective to help other women in law achieve the same kind of transformation.   


Twenty years of experience spanning all settings of the legal profession have allowed Alyssa to observe the prevailing personal and systemic challenges that lead some women, and particularly women in law, to find their jobs unsustainable. As a J.D. and social scientist with a bachelor's degree in sociology/gender studies and professional coaching certification from a thought leader in the industry, Alyssa’s methodology draws upon her own experience as well as the teachings of cognitive psychology, neuroplasticity, and intersectional feminist theory to help her coaching clients build resilience, make empowered decisions, and lead sustainable, fulfilling lives.

Law firms, law schools, bar associations, and other industry groups engage Alyssa for speaking events, workshops, coaching, and consulting services in their efforts to better prepare, support, retain, and elevate attorneys within their organizations.

Our Clients.

Can you relate?

You're a lawyer. You're a smart, successful, high-achieving woman.

From the outside, it looks like you’ve got it all together. But it's a different story on the inside.


You are overwhelmed. Most days you are working at a crazed pace, but you never seem to accomplish the things you need to get done.


You are stressed-out and anxious. You feel like you are constantly second-guessing yourself, your abilities, and expecting the worst, which leaves you distracted at home, unable to focus in the office, and losing sleep at night.


You are exhausted. It feels like your life has been taken over by work and you have no energy left for anything or anyone else. As if that isn't hard enough, you beat yourself up about it.