Young Lawyer

Advice for Young Lawyers: How to Maximize Your Conference Experience

, The Legal Intelligencer


In the life of a busy young lawyer, ­attending a professional conference is typically a significant investment of time and resources. It's easy to get lost in the sea of attendees and follow the agenda mindlessly, but we encourage young lawyers to take stock of the incredible ­learning, networking, and business development ­opportunities available at these conferences and consider adopting a proactive approach to preparing for, participating during, and following through after a conference.

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