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PRIVATE EVENT RESOURCES

4/16/24 EVENT: What Did You Mean By That?: Navigating the Shifting Landscape of Inclusive Language in Legal Environments

This workshop equips legal professionals with the tools and strategies needed to navigate the complexities of modern communication in a diverse legal environment. By analyzing case studies and interactive tools, participants will learn to identify and eliminate biases in legal language, understand the origins and implications of potentially biased terms, recognize language pitfalls in legal settings, and adopt inclusive verbiage to enhance sensitivity across interactions with legal personnel and clients.

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3/26/24 EVENT: The Art of Schmoozing

The art of schmoozing, otherwise known as networking with a purpose, is as important as ever for career and business development. In this engaging and interactive discussion, our panel of experts will teach you how to develop your schmoozing skills, providing tips on how to effectively and professionally speak to new contacts, colleagues, and even potential mentors in the virtual landscape as well as in person. We will cover the “dos and don’ts” of networking, the effective use of social media, and how to develop, maintain, and refresh professional relationships through networking endeavors.

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10/31/23 EVENT: How to Distinguish Yourself and Stand Out — Q&A With BOD Member, Paula Edgar

Are you a law student who is looking for opportunities to stand out amongst your peers? City Bar Board Member, Paula Edgar, will host an engaging Q&A with law school student members. Ask Paula anything! From networking/relationship-building, how to communicate effectively, to how to build your personal brand on LinkedIn. Takeaways from this webinar will guide you as you begin your school year.

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3/21/23 EVENT: The Art of Schmoozing

The art of schmoozing, otherwise known as networking with a purpose, is as important as ever for career and business development. In this engaging and interactive discussion, our panel of experts will teach you how to develop your schmoozing skills, providing tips on how to effectively and professionally speak to new contacts, colleagues, and even potential mentors in the virtual landscape as well as in person. We will cover the “dos and don’ts” of networking, the effective use of social media, and how to develop, maintain, and refresh professional relationships through networking endeavors.

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