Friday, February 26, 2010

"300 Things You Can Do With a Law Degree" (Free Webinar)

Have you recently been laid off from your legal job or are unhappy with your current legal employment? Are you having difficulty finding meaningful and productive work in the current tight employment market? Are you unable to focus on or are uninformed as to what other job areas in or out of law might suit you better? If you answered yes to any of the previous questions, this seminar, offered by the Practicing Law Institute, will give you much information and many ideas to help you find meaningful work, learn techniques to get a good job, and advance your career.

Mark your calendar: April 30, 2010, 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (Pacific Time)

What You Will Learn

•The possible uses for your legal training, both in and outside of the legal field
•Ideas about jobs and categories that might fit for who you are and what you want to do
•How to go about seeking out those job opportunities
•How to research the job market and make new contacts for employment; begin identifying your skills and abilities and how they translate into new job or career possibilities
•Illustrate how to restructure your resume and oral presentation about yourself so that an employer will understand your suitability for the job
•Ways to best present yourself so that you can get a satisfying job, whether in or outside of law
•Effective methods for networking and interviewing

Who Should Attend

Law students, practicing lawyers, unemployed lawyers, re-entry lawyers and anyone who has a J.D. and desires to find a good job in or out of law and have more career satisfaction.

To register for this free webcast, go here.

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