Thursday, March 22, 2012

Webinar: "Learn What Legal Employers Want You to Know"

LexisNexis is hosting a free webinar for law students on Wednesday, March 28th at 3:00 EST entitled "Learn What Legal Employers Want You To Know" as part of the LexisNexis spring Think Like A Lawyer program (fomerly Prepare to Practice).

A panel of presenters from law firms and the government sector will outline what employers want law students to know. You'll hear from:

Justin S. Kahn: an AV rated attorney with a practice focused on personal injury and complex litigation. For almost 20 years he has authored the annotated South Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure and Evidence. He is also an adjunct professor at Charleston School of Law for civil pre-trial practice.

Blane K. Dessy: the Executive Director of the Federal Library and Information Center Committee, and the Federal Library and Information Network at the Library of Congress. Since 2000 he has served as the Director of the U.S. Department of Justice Library Staff, directing the law libraries that serve the department's senior management and litigation divisions.

You'll also have the opportunity to interact with the panel during the live question and answer portion of the webcast.

Register for the March 28th webcast and learn what legal employers want you to know. You'll also receive 200 LexisNexis Reward points for attending the webcast and completing the survey at the end.

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