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Involvement With Alumni Associations Offers Many Rewards

, The Legal Intelligencer

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New lawyers often overlook their law school alumni organizations as rich networking venues, eschewing them in favor of other professional organizations. Becoming an active and engaged alumnus is an excellent way to add value to your law degree, meet attorneys in a social setting and open doors to leadership and future employment opportunities. This column provides some suggestions for becoming an active alumnus, discuss pathways to leadership roles and highlight the benefits of engaging with your alumni organization.

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