Do you find networking at an event or conference terribly uncomfortable? If so, that’s because, let’s face it, networking is too much work.
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Being a fearless networker allows you to develop relationships with amazing people, show your value to decision-makers, and ultimately better position yourself for exciting opportunities. There are two main networking settings: in-person and online. Here are some tips for networking in-person.
Here’s your weekly recap!
Including emotional intelligence as a criterion in naming partners can improve your partnership and your firm.
Law firms (and law schools) woefully underprepare attorneys on the craft of business development. Adopting a few good habits now can pave the way for a successful future.
The Women Trailblazers in the Law Project is a public service program of the American Bar Association’s Senior Lawyers Division and Commission on Women in the Profession that we’re guessing that many of you haven’t seen.
If you haven’t, you should, because they’re amazing.
Successful careers are not built by one person alone. Networking helps you develop the relationships that are critical to the success of your career and your organization.
Disconnecting from our work and email to better live in the moment is easier said than done. Check out this short article from past chair of the ABA Young Lawyers Division, which was recently featured in YLD magazine.
The latest in our Career Path Profile series highlights Adam B. Farlow, a New York and English qualified partner in Baker & McKenzie’s International Capital Markets Group based in London.