If you’ve been laid off or let go, get some practical tips on how to conduct your job search and how to handle interviews going forward.
Miserable practicing law? Want an inspiring career? Get tools to help you establish a career path that aligns with your skills, strengths and passions.
Learn why and how to build strong professional relationships in order to excel in your career.
Discover the reasons to build relationships with legal professionals, convert brief conversations into long-term colleagues, and explore the power your connections can have in helping you achieve your goals. You’ll also gain tactics to raise your profile within your community and at your job.
Whether you’re new to LinkedIn, a regular user, or you haven’t updated your LinkedIn Profile in a while, this webinar will help you define your purpose, avoid common mistakes, and get the attention you seek.
Speakers Dennis Kennedy and Allison Shields answer questions submitted from the November 11, 2016, webinar “Power Up Your LinkedIn Profile.”
Tune in to learn the different techniques you can use to identify, aggregate, organize, and share your acquired knowledge to better tailor your work product for your clients, whether it be a transactional or litigation matter. You’ll not only improve your client relationships, you’ll enhance your reputation in the legal and business communities!
Lawyers work in a variety of fields today, both in and out of the law, but one of the most traditional career paths remains among the most prestigious: judgeship. Hear from esteemed federal and state judges on their roads to the bench and what it’s like to decide the law. If you aspire to wear the robes one day, tune in!
Find out what the most authoritative and up-to-date resources are on the web for legal research, business information, competitive intelligence, and people searches. You’ll learn which free and low cost websites will provide the best information in the least amount of time.
Strengthen your negotiation skills and improve your style of negotiating on your own behalf.