Wednesday, February 25, 2009

How the Current Economy will Affect
Recent Law School Graduates in 2009

The New York City Bar Association is hosting a program entitled:

How the Current Economy will Affect Recent Law School Graduates in 2009

Monday, March 2, 2009, 6 PM
House of the Association, 42 West 44th Street

A description of the program:

Has the current economy left you worried and wondering: If I have a job or job offer now, how do I keep it? What do I do if an employer has rescinded my job offer? If I don't yet have a job, how can I best position myself in this market? Is there anything I can do to enhance my skill set while I am still searching for a job? What other challenges should I expect to encounter during my job search?

Come hear our panel of experts answer these and more questions, so that you can develop your own action plan to keep you afloat and motivated in this volatile economy.

Associate Director for Employer Relations, Brooklyn Law School Career Center

Recruitment Coordinator, Strategic Legal Solutions

Manager of Professional Development, White & Case LLP

Sponsored by:
Committee on Career Advancement and Management, Tanya Gill, Chair; Committee on Law Student Perspectives, Jodi Savage, Chair

Members of the Association, their guests and all other interested persons are invited to attend. The fee is $10 for students and recent law school graduates, $15 for members, and $25 for non-members. Registration is necessary, please register online here.

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