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  • Advertising, Career Center, Holidays and Seasons, Shameless Plugs, This Is an Ad

    Career Center: O Come All Ye Rainmakers – Tips for Networking During the Holidays

    With the holiday season in full swing, ‘tis the season for parties. In today’s Career Center post, the recruiters at Lateral Link provide you with tips on how to work a room and expand your network while mingling with co-workers, family, and friends. 1. First, research the guest list. Come up with a list of […]

    / Dec 15, 2011 at 3:19 PM
  • Small Law Firms

    The Practice: Enough with the Worthless Networking

    There are two types of lawyers: Those that “don’t do networking,” and those that do it because it is required to establish a word of mouth practice. For those that want the word of mouth practice, and the reputation in the community as a go-to person (assuming you are a competent lawyer, and these days, that’s a big assumption), here are some things to consider….

    68 Comments / / Dec 12, 2011 at 1:28 PM
  • Holidays and Seasons, pls hndle thx

    Pls Hndle Thx: Hallmark of Justice

    Ed. note: Have a question for next week? Send it in to advice@abovethelaw.com Greetings, My firm, like so many, has decided not to purchase and send holiday cards for our clients, instead relying on those stupid ecards.  Ostensibly this is part of our “Going Green” initiative.  More likely it puts more green in the partners’ […]

    33 Comments / / Nov 19, 2010 at 2:05 PM
  • Advertising, Law Schools

    Business Cards for Law Students: Terrific or Tool-tastic?

    We’ve written before about clever and mortifying business cards for lawyers. But everyone would agree that business cards are essential for practicing attorneys. What about for attorneys-to-be, i.e., law students? A reader asks: Emails have been gone around NYU and Columbia law schools recently about business cards. More specifically, about me needing to buy school […]

    272 Comments / / Mar 23, 2010 at 2:34 PM