Video | Find out how to make a career in mediation whether as a first, second, or third career choice.
Video | Learn from a chief public defender and former states attorney-turned white collar crime defense attorney what it’s like to practice in criminal law.
Explore the exciting career path of an attorney in the rapidly evolving, multi-billion dollar industry of E-Discovery. Learn what it entails and the various roles attorneys can play in it.
Find out how to make a career in blended practice areas where science, technology, and the law intersect. You’ll hear from a business lawyer representing biotech startups and a psychologist turned lawyer working as a forensic mental health trial consultant, adjunct professor, and author.
Explore the diverse areas of patents and trademarks which put you on the cutting edge of technology developments (e.g., gaming consoles and e-readers) and behind the scenes of new product and company launches (e.g., wineries or restaurants). This is a unique area where an attorney can practice from anywhere and have a global reach.
Explore the broad area of antitrust law and consumer protection which can include transactional work (such as mergers and acquisitions), litigation, technology issues, and international consumer protection work.
Find out what it’s like to practice in trust and estate planning. This area includes drafting wills, trusts, and other estate planning documents, administration of wills and trusts, as well as trust and estate litigation.
In this segment, our speakers explore the area of complex commercial litigation including aspects of banking litigation, securities litigation, real estate litigation, creditors’ rights litigation, and insurance recovery.
Considering going into family law? Listen in to gain some insight into handling divorce, spousal support, child custody and visitation, division of marital property, prenuptials, and Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART).
Learn about what government affairs or government relations attorneys do. They represent their clients on a broad range of subjects before the legislative bodies, executive and regulatory agencies, advocacy groups and citizens to convey their clients’ government affairs goals. They educate by performing research, monitoring legislation, and manage both internal and external communications for clients while interfacing with various media outlets.