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Week of October 22, 2018

Information & Announcements

  • Welcome 1Ls
  • 1L Mandatory Resume and Cover Letter Workshops
  • 2Ls and 3Ls - Make an appointment
  • Interview Preparation and Mock Interviews Available Through the CSO
  • Free ABA Memberships for Students
  • Federal Work Study application open for Spring 2019

Fall Recruiting

  • Please report callbacks and offers

Programming

  • October 23: Mandatory 1L Professionalism Program.
  • October 25: 25th Annual Pro Bono & Community Service Fair
  • October 29 to 31: ConneCKtions Dinners.
  • October 30: International IP Careers & Basics.
  • November 7: Meet the Public Service Organizations Reception
  • November 14: Husch Blackwell Diversity Reception

Employment Opportunities

  • U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Student Honors Law Program – Applications now being accepted for 2019 Spring and Summer
  • Presidential Management Fellowship Program:  Application period open October 9 - October 22
  • Summer 2019 Chicago Mayor’s Office Fellowship Program. Applications due November 9
  • PILI 2018 Summer Internships for 1Ls. Applications available December 1.
  • PILI 2018 Summer Internships for 2Ls. Applications available now.

Fellowships & Scholarships

Job Fairs  

  • October 26 and 27: Equal Justice Works Conference & Career Fair

Diversity

  • Husch Blackwell Diversity Reception
  • LCLD Success in Law School Mentoring Program. Applications available.

Resources

  • 2018-2019 Chicago Area Law Firm List - Updated and Available 
  • Government Honors & Internship Handbook & Public Policy Handbook: Updated version available
  • ABA Student Loan Best Practices in the Face of Political Change
  • ABA Law Student Podcast: Public Service Loan Forgiveness
  • CareerShift
  • Practising Law Institute (PLI)  
  • CSO Resources
  • Resources provided by the Chicago Bar Association
  • PracticeTracks Videos
  • @theBar Podcast for Young Lawyers

Information & Announcements

Welcome 1Ls

Welcome to your first year at Chicago-Kent! We look forward to assisting you in reaching your career goals.

According to guidelines adopted by the National Association of Legal Professionals (NALP), to which Chicago-Kent College of Law as well as all other ABA-accredited law schools subscribe, 1Ls cannot meet individually with a career services advisor until mid-October and cannot initiate contact with or interview with certain prospective employers until December 1st. However, there are still many things you can do to start planning for your future career:

  • Attend CSO panels and career development workshops during the fall semester
  • Check our Record and Facebook pages often for updated information on upcoming programs
  • Research various career paths and talk to attorneys and upper-level students to come up with a list of practice areas and practice settings that interest you

1Ls may meet individually with their career services advisor beginning October 15th by making an appointment in Symplicity. We hope you have a great first semester, and we look forward to seeing you soon!

1L Mandatory Resume and Cover Letter Workshop

The MANDATORY 1L Legal Resume Workshop and 1L Cover Letter Workshop videos are now available to view. Sign in to Panopto using your kentlaw username and password.

All first-year law students must watch these brief videos. These workshops include detailed instructions for how to draft your legal resume and cover letter.

First-year law students may meet with their Career Advisor as of Monday, October 15th. Before your first career advising appointment, you must have watched the workshop videos and uploaded a legal resume to Symplicity. Please also bring a copy of your legal resume to your first appointment.

2Ls and 3Ls - Make an Appointment

Make an appointment to meet with your career advisor to discuss your recent summer experience, job search status and plans for the Fall 2018 semester. Your career advisor can also show you new updates on many tools to assist you with networking, professional development, and career planning as an upper level law student. Please bring your most recent, updated legal resume with you to your meeting with your career advisor.

Each 2L and 3L student is required to meet with his or her assigned career advisor by the end of the Fall semester. Get a head start and make your appointment today!

Interview Preparation and Mock Interviews Available Through the CSO

The Career Services Office is available to review student resumes and cover letters, and to conduct mock interviews, to help you better prepare for a variety of opportunities! If you have an upcoming interview, please consider scheduling a mock interview with your Career Services counselor. You can schedule an appointment directly through Symplicity! If you have questions about how to schedule an appointment, please email the Career Services Office at kentcso@kentlaw.iit.edu.

Free ABA Memberships for Students

The American Bar Association offers free memberships to all students enrolled in law school. The membership grants law students access to resources tailored to their interests and needs, opportunities to build their professional skills plus access to the ABA’s job listings, clerkships, internships and career events.

You can enroll here - http://www.americanbar.org/abalawstudents.

Federal Work Study Application Open for Spring 2019

Federal Work Study (FWS) is a need-based financial aid program established by the federal government. The FWS program provides employment opportunities for eligible students, allowing them to earn, rather than borrow, a portion of their educational costs. Chicago-Kent students who are FWS eligible may receive payment for their work at government and public interest organizations in the Chicago area through FWS funds. However, the number of positions will be limited due to FWS budgetary limitations, and there are other restrictions and limitations as to where students can be funded to work. Please click here for more information and the required request form.

FEDERAL WORK STUDY Applications for Spring 2019 are currently being accepted; early applications receive first consideration.

DEADLINE for Spring 2019, with a start date of January 22nd (first day of classes), is Wednesday, January 9th; applications for later start dates will be considered on a rolling basis. Processing time may take a week or more. Allow plenty of time for approval, and the time it takes to go onto the Chicago-Kent payroll.

Spring federal work study will begin on January 22nd (first day of classes) and end on May 3rd (last day of classes).

Fall Recruiting

Please Report Callbacks and Offers

If you receive callbacks or job offers during the fall interview season, please report this to Helena Gonzalez in the Career Services Office by sending an email to hgonzal2@kentlaw.iit.edu (or email your career advisor directly). 

Please include from what source you obtained the interview/offer (direct contact, OCI, resume collect, CCBA job fair, Loyola Patent Fair, etc.). We keep track of these in order to determine how students are doing and where our students end up working during the summer/after graduation. Also, if you have any concerns about how your interviews are progressing or questions about the interview process, please make an appointment to talk with a career advisor.

Programming        

October 23:  Mandatory 1L Professionalism Program

Date: Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (Ogilvie Auditorium);
5:30 p.m. - 5:55 p.m. (Room 580)

The Career Services Office will be joined by Nancy Linder, Director of Marketing at law firm Chapman & Cutler, as she discusses the importance of professionalism in the law as well as presents tips and strategies for networking.



This is a mandatory program for all 1Ls

October 25:  25th Annual Pro Bono and Community Service Fair

Date: Thursday, October 25, 2018
Time: 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Location: Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
155 North Wacker, Chicago

This event hosted yearly, is part of the Chicago Bar Foundation/Chicago Bar Association efforts toward celebrating and encouraging law students and lawyers to engage in pro bono. Pro Bono opportunities allow you to meet attorneys, contribute your skills, and make an impact. You can learn about an opportunity at this event: Info: https://chicagobarfoundation.org/probonoweek/

ConneKtions Dinners

Date: Monday, October 29, 2018 - Friday, November 2, 2018
Times and locations vary

ConneKtions @ Dinner Week is an opportunity for alumni in Chicago to host a small group of students and recent graduates at local restaurants or open their homes to students for small dinner parties, bringing together students, alumni and faculty in a friendly environment for good food, conversation, camaraderie and to build a stronger Chicago-Kent community. It provides students and recent graduates an opportunity to network with alumni, learn more about life after law school, and to see how Chicago-Kent links its past to its future. 

Sign-up information for students will be made available to you via email from the Alumni Relations office.

October 30: International IP Careers and Basics

Date: Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Chicago-Kent College of Law, Room 580

This IPLS event is a presentation by Kenneth Ng of Chang Tsi & Partners about careers in international IP law and various issues that arise in this practice area. Mr. Ng will first discuss what job opportunities are available for JD students internationally, what job opportunities are available for JD students in the US that allow them to work with international firms and companies, and what it is like working for these firms. He will then discuss a few substantive issues in international IP law today, such as how to obtain IP protection abroad and typical legal issues that arise when working internationally with IP law. Food will be provided!

November 7: Meet the Public Services Organization Reception

Date: Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Location: Loyola Law, 25 E Pearson St, Chicago

Over 40 government and public interest organizations will gather at Loyola Law to speak to students – excellent opportunity to learn about career opportunities, and build a relationship with employers that interest you for future positions.

November 14: Husch Blackwell Diversity Reception

Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Time: 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Location: Husch Blackwell, 120 S. Riverside Plaza, Suite 2200, Chicago

Husch Blackwell cordially invites law students to attend a cocktail reception to learn more about diversity in the legal profession. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be provided. Business casual dress. Space is limited and RSVPs will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Kindly respond to Ginny Mueller (ginette.mueller@huschblackwell.com) as soon as possible, but no later than Wednesday, November 7, 2018.

Employment Opportunities

Please check Chicago-Kent's job posting system ("Symplicity") on a regular basis. Check out Symplicity's general instructions for more information.

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Student Honors Law Program –
Applications now being accepted for 2019 Spring and Summer

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is looking for the best and brightest 2Ls, 3Ls, and LLM students to volunteer alongside its team. Its mission includes advocating for investors who seek to secure a future for their family, providing guidance and regulations for the nation's securities industry in an increasingly global market, and taking action with an eye toward promoting the capital formation necessary to sustain economic growth.

Law students will be assigned to work with SEC staff members on projects and assignments that cover a broad range of the Commissions' work. Work assignments may vary based on the Division or Office the student is assigned. Intern assignments range from supporting litigation to assisting with drafting new regulations to helping with reviews, exams or public outreach. For information about the opportunities and the work that interns do in specific division/offices within headquarters, please read the SEC's website.

Volunteer internship opportunities in the Spring can be either full-time or part-time, depending upon your school schedule and the needs of the Commission. 15 hours per week is the minimum to participate. Academic and/or work-study credit is available to all volunteers. To apply, click here.

Volunteer internship opportunities in the Summer are full-time only with a requirement of 40 hours per week. Academic and/or work-study credit is available to all volunteers. To apply, click here.

Presidential Management Fellowship Program -
Application period open October 9 - October 22, 2018

The Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program is a flagship federal government leadership development program at the entry level for advanced degree candidates (J.D.s, Master’s, Ph.D.s). Current 3L/4L law students are eligible to apply, as well as graduates within the previous two years from the opening date of the PMF Program's Annual Application Announcement.

While serving as a PMF, you will receive:

  • 160 hours of formal interactive training (on leadership, management, policy and other topics)
  • Challenging work assignments
  • Feedback on your work
  • At least one 4 to 6 month developmental assignment
  • Potential for promotions and career ladders upon certification of completion, which permits immediate noncompetitive conversion to a permanent or term position and carries prestige anywhere you go thereafter

It all starts with your application. Get started now. Applications are due Monday, October 22, 2018During the application process, you must take an on-line assessment, submit a resume and transcript and complete an essay. The application process will take 3-4 hours, and includes several timed sections. Therefore, you must not wait until the last minute to apply because you will be shut out before you are able to finish. Be sure to follow any and all directions and read everything thoroughly. Prepare for the assessment using the PMF Assessment Preparation Guide

Top performing applicants will be selected as Finalists. Finalists are eligible for appointment as a Fellow with a participating agency, and will have to pursue those appointments. Approximately 50% - 60% of Finalists become PMF's. 

Summer 2019 Chicago Mayor’s Office Fellowship Program -
Applications due November 9, 2018

Fellows will:

  • Gain an understanding of the work and mission of other City Departments through weekly tours and presentations;
  • Interact with and attend weekly meetings with Commissioners, Aldermen, experts in a variety of policy areas as well as senior level staff; and
  • Attend press conferences, City Council meetings and hearings, staff meetings and strategic planning sessions.

The program seeks candidates who:

  • Are enthusiastic to learn about city government;
  • Have demonstrated a substantial commitment to excellence as evidenced by academic honors, leadership ability, extracurricular activities, and involvement in community or public service; and
  • Embody strong personal character and conviction.

Applications are due by Friday, November 9, 2018. Visit www.cityofchicago.org/mayorfellowship for more information and to apply.

PILI 2019 Summer Internships for 2Ls-
APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN NOW

PILI's Law Student Internship Program connects law students from across the country with legal service agencies in Illinois. Interns work 400 hours full-time during the summer, with PILI ensuring quality supervision by experienced agency attorneys, and providing extra educational, networking and mentoring opportunities.

Through this program, PILI helps its partner agencies increase their impact while also helping its Interns develop their legal and client interaction skills, build their professional networks, and strengthen their commitment to public interest law and service.

Applicants will apply directly through the PILI website. PILI offers Internships at 27 different legal service agencies in Illinois, and each applicant may apply to up to 10 agencies. You can review the list of agencies approved to host PILI Interns here.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all agencies have completed their hiring. Please note that each agency supervisor handles hiring differently: some make hiring decisions early in the application period, while others wait until later. Applicants are encouraged to apply early to ensure the fullest consideration of their application.

PILI 2019 Summer Internships for 1Ls-
APPLICATIONS OPEN DECEMBER 1st

PILI's Law Student Internship Program connects law students from across the country with legal service agencies in Illinois. Interns work 400 hours full-time during the summer, with PILI ensuring quality supervision by experienced agency attorneys, and providing extra educational, networking and mentoring opportunities.

Through this program, PILI helps its partner agencies increase their impact while also helping its Interns develop their legal and client interaction skills, build their professional networks, and strengthen their commitment to public interest law and service.

Applicants will apply directly through the PILI website. PILI offers Internships at 27 different legal service agencies in Illinois, and each applicant may apply to up to 10 agencies. You can review the list of agencies approved to host PILI Interns here.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all agencies have completed their hiring. Please note that each agency supervisor handles hiring differently: some make hiring decisions early in the application period, while others wait until later. Applicants are encouraged to apply early to ensure the fullest consideration of their application.

Fellowships & Scholarships   

Job Fairs

Equal Justice Works Conference & Career Fair

Date:  Friday - Saturday, October 26-27, 2018
Time: All Day Friday & Saturday
Location: Hyatt Regency Crystal City
2799 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Arlington, VA 22202 

The Equal Justice Works Conference and Career Fair is the largest national public interest legal career fair in the country. At the conference and fair, there are opportunities for both pre-scheduled interviews and networking with employers through table talk. In 2017, 180 employers conducted over 2,800 formal interviews over the two day span. You can see the list of registered employers here. You can also take part in inspiring conference workshop sessions and network with like-minded students, graduates, law school professionals, and practitioners.

In addition, Chicago-Kent students will have an opportunity on Friday, October 26th, from 5:00pm - 7:00pm to meet Chicago-Kent alumni living and working in Washington DC at a meet/greet at Fado Irish Pub, 808 7th Street NW, Metro Center stop on the Red Line. RSVP here.

REGISTRATION: Students may register up until the date of the conference. For key information registration details and other deadlines, visit https://www.equaljusticeworks.org/conference-and-career-fair/for-attendees/law-students/

Diversity

Husch Blackwell Diversity Reception

Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Time: 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Location: Husch Blackwell, 120 S. Riverside Plaza, Suite 2200, Chicago, IL 60606

Husch Blackwell cordially invites law students to attend a cocktail reception to learn more about diversity in the legal profession. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be provided. Business casual dress. Space is limited and RSVPs will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Kindly respond to Ginny Mueller (ginette.mueller@huschblackwell.com) as soon as possible, but no later than Wednesday, November 7, 2018.

LCLD Success in Law School Mentoring Program

The primary objective of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) Success in Law School Mentoring Program is to ensure that talented and diverse first-year law students receive the mentoring and preparation that they need to maximize their potential in law school and beyond.

Individual Mentoring Program (IMP):

The IMP is a comprehensive initiative for first-year law students from diverse backgrounds based on the principles of legal excellence and personal involvement. Attorney Mentors are matched 1:1 with talented law student Mentees to ensure that Mentees receive the mentoring they need to navigate their first year of law school and maximize their long-term potential. LCLD provides a comprehensive Mentoring Toolkit to assist both Mentor and Mentee in developing a successful relationship.

Group Mentoring Program (GMP):

The GMP allows diverse 1L, 2L, or 3L law students to receive advice and support from successful attorneys from LCLD Member organizations. Three GMP events are scheduled during the school year in each city in which LCLD hosts the Success in Law School Mentoring Program. GMP events are designed to provide guidance from experienced attorneys in an informal, interactive, and collegial setting. Many GMP events include attorney Mentors in a networking session and a panel presentation. Panel presentations cover a variety of topics including networking and relationship building, interviewing skills, professionalism, practice area choice, and attorney evaluation.

Student registration is open. Law students may register to be Mentees on the LCLD website. LCLD will match Mentors and Mentees based on geographic proximity.

For additional information about the LCLD Success in Law School Mentoring Program, please visit: http://www.lcldnet.org/programs/law-school-mentoring/. For questions, please contact Nancy Richardson, LCLD Program Manager, at nrichardson@lcldnet.com or 804-787-8009.

Resources

2018-2019 Chicago Area Law Firm List -
Updated and Available 

The Chicago Area Law Firm List is a spreadsheet of the private sector law firms in the Chicagoland area with 4 or more attorneys. Students can use the list to identify firms that include their practice areas of interest. The Chicago Area Law Firm List can be found in the Symplicity Document Library, under the Resources tab.

Government Honors & Internship Handbook and Public Policy Handbook: Updated Version Now Available

The Government Honors and Internship Handbook and the Public Policy Handbook are now available! To access the handbooks, use the link, login and password, which can be found in the Document Library in Symplicity. Note that many 3L/post-grad government honors program and 2L summer/semester internship program deadlines are very early in the semester; log in now to avoid missing an opportunity! 

ABA Student Loan Best Practices in the Face of Political Change

In today’s political climate, many questions surround the future of America’s student loan repayment programs. The current White House administration has put forth a number of proposals to change key aspects of the income-based repayment and the Public Service Loan Forgiveness programs. While it remains to be seen whether these changes will be adopted and passed by Congress, the next elected president is expected to have a significant impact on the future of student debt in America. The Democratic and Republican presidential candidates have differing visions for federal student loan programs, which could have a significant impact on your repayment strategy.

In the ABA's Student Loan Best Practices in the Face of Political Change webinar, you'll learn:

  • What you should consider when choosing between federal loan programs and private student loan refinancing
  • How borrowers can save $20,200+ over the life of their loans on average by refinancing
  • How the current proposed changes to Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) and income based repayment programs may affect your student loan repayment strategy

ABA Law Student Podcast: Public Service Loan Forgiveness

If you plan to go into public service, you may have heard about public service loan forgiveness (PSLF for short). This economic incentive offers student loan forgiveness following a minimum period of service and on-time payments towards the borrower’s debt. The cost of this benefit is aimed at making public work more attractive.

In this extended two-segment episode of ABA Law Student Podcast, hosts Fabiani Duarte and Madison Burke interview Bryan Tyson, the executive director of the Georgia Public Defender Council and Jonathan Rapping, co-founder of Gideon’s Promise. 

In segment one, you will hear from Bryan about the debt to income gap, his organization’s survey of public defenders about PSLF, and the increased importance of public defenders outside the practice of law.

In segment two, you will hear from Jonathan about student debt’s barrier to public service, the lifelong commitment of student loans, and concerns about poor people not getting justice in the event of PSLF cuts or caps.

Listen now!   

CareerShift

Chicago-Kent has partnered with CareerShift to help with your job search needs. CareerShift is a one-stop search engine that allows users to search and review each and every job posting available (such as those on Monster, Indeed, all other job boards and company websites). In addition, users can search for jobs and save your searches, find and save a list of contacts, create resumes and cover letters, and put them together in a targeted e-mail or postal mail campaigns. Then you can track your responses from “Come in for an interview” to “You’re hired.”
With CareerShift you can:

  • Search every job listing, including job boards and company websites
  • Get inside contact information immediately, including email addresses, for millions of companies
  • Create and organize all of your documents
  • Confidentially market yourself
  • Remain focused and organized
  • Access your secure, private account from anywhere, anytime, 24/7

Log in to Symplicity for the link and password to access CareerShift (search “CareerShift” in the Document Library).

Practising Law Institute (PLI)

Practising Law Institute (PLI) invites law students to attend most of its live CLE programs, or view its live or archived Webcasts, for free, on scholarship (see PLI’s student scholarship form). They are all great sources of cutting-edge, practice-oriented content, and the live programs are terrific networking opportunities.

CSO Resources

The Chicago-Kent Career Services Office has access to hundreds of helpful career resources. A majority of these resources are available in Symplicity under the red "Resources" tab (in the "Document Library"). Some of these resources include:

  • 2016-2017 Government Honors and Internship Handbook
  • Chicago Area Law Firm List
  • 2014-2015 Guide to Internships & Fellowships in Reproductive Rights & Justice
  • Updated Vermont Guide to State Judicial Clerkships
  • BYU Intercollegiate Job Bank
  • DePaul Law School International Guide and Job Resource
  • Music Attorney Registry
  • Prosecution Handbook
  • Public Defender Handbook               
  • Public Interest Job Search Handbooks
  • Various handouts related to the job search, including “Researching Legal Employers,” “The Out of State Job Search,” “Salary Negotiations” and “Writing Samples”

And many more!

Chicago-Kent students can also access various websites like: Policy Jobs (www.policyjobs.net), Political Jobs (www.politicaljobs.net), Human Rights Jobs (www.humanrightsjobs.com) and Ethical Jobs (www.ethicaljobs.net) by using the Login details that can be obtained in the Symplicity "Document Library" (under the Resources tab).

Speak with your Career Advisor about the various resources available through the Career Services Office!

Resources Provided by the Chicago Bar Association

The Chicago Bar Career Center is the place to go to find legal industry professionals, jobs, and resources. Legal professionals can search for jobs, post resumes, and browse career resources to help them in all stages of their career. Employers looking for quality candidates can post jobs, search resumes, and connect with prospects. Have you visited a premier resource to connect career opportunities with highly qualified legal professionals - ? Whether you're searching for a new career or searching for a new hire, the CBA Career Center provides multiple avenues to help you achieve your goal. See below for a summary of services.

Job Postings
Finding a new job or making a career switch isn't always easy. We understand and offer a variety of assistance to members to help ease the path to the future you imagine. Seewww.chicagobar.org/careers for a full list of resources.

Career Assistance Committee

Get tips and feedback from professional speakers as well as your colleagues at monthly meetings at the CBA. Past topics have included resumes, interviewing, salary negotiation, state of the job market and more. Sign up to receive email notice of meetings at www.chicagobar.org/committees. Free and open to all members. 

Career Advancement Program 
The CBA has partnered with local career counselor Kathy Morris to help lawyers navigate the Chicago legal job market. With over 25 years of experience, Kathy shares her intimate knowledge of our local market in complimentary one-on-one career counseling sessions at the CBA, seminars targeted to experience level and practice area, and more. Learn more atwww.chicagobar.org/CAP

Online Career Center
Search job openings and post your resume plus get everything you need to make your resume stand out, ace the interview, advance your career, and navigate the digital world through social media at www.chicagobar.org/careercenter. Our online career center also allows you to set up efficient job alerts that deliver job openings right to your inbox. 

CBA Job Flash
As a supplement to the online career center CBA members receive the “Job Flash” in their inbox. The newsletter contains a current list of both local and national job openings. Not getting the Job Flash? Check your member profile at www.chicagobar.org and make sure your email is on file with the CBA (or call 312-554-2135).

PracticeTracks Videos

The Career Services Office has added a "Practice Tracks" video series provided by the Chicago Bar Association for law students interested in learning about various practice areas from current practitioners. These videos may be accessed using Panopto and are located in the Practice Tracks subfolder for Career Services. Current videos offer discussions about the following practice areas:

  • Technology Transactions
  • Real Estate Law
  • Personal Injury Law
  • Labor and Employment Law
  • Health Law
  • Federal Taxation Law
  • Family Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Corporate Law


@theBar Podcast for Young Lawyers

@theBar is a podcast where young and young-ish lawyers have interesting and unscripted conversations with their guests about legal news, events, topics and stories. Connect and listen to the podcast on Legal Talk Network, the nation’s premiere podcast network for legal professionals with over 1.2 million subscribers and several hundred thousand unique listeners. You can download the Legal Talk Network App on iTunes or Google Play. You can also subscribe through Legal Talk Network to receive notice of future episodes.

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