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Etiquette Advice for the Professional World

Making the Right Moves for Successful Job Searches and Career Development

The Right Moves: Job Search and Career Development Strategies for Lawyers, produced by the National Association for Law Placement and authored by Valerie Fontaine, is a resource that provides a wide range of job-search and job-application advice to law students and attorneys. A copy of this resource is available in the Career Development Office. The  Continue Reading »

How to Work a Room

How to Work a Room: The Ultimate Guide to Savvy Socializing In Person and Online is a book by Susan RoAne, who is known as “The Mingling Maven”™.  The book provides techniques on how to socialize and feel comfortable in business networking situations. Available for checkout in the Career Development Office, the book identifies the things that  Continue Reading »

Succeeding this Summer: Meeting Etiquette

Whether it’s a summer law clerk position, intern- or externship, or your first job as an attorney, meetings will be an important part of your work life.  There are many spoken and unspoken rules of etiquette that should be understood and followed. Law associates and interns are always looking for a way to distinguish themselves.  Your  Continue Reading »