Lawyers in Transition Program | How To Make Temp or Contract Work Work for You | Free Webcast
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
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6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Free Webcast and Live Program sponsored by the Committee on Lawyers in Transition
"How to Make Temp or Contract Work Work for You"
Many attorneys are turning to various types of contract and temp work whether to supplement their income, provide for flexibility or otherwise. Our panelists will address how to best position yourself in finding temp or contract work, the different types available and the pros and cons for both the company and the contract lawyer.
Deborah Epstein Henry,
Co-Founder and Managing Director, Bliss Lawyers
This program is part of the New York State Bar Association's Committee on Lawyers in Transition series of free, live webcasts on Career Development to help lawyers better manage their careers. If you are looking to make a career change, leave your current job, or transition back to the workforce after time away from the profession, the Committee on Lawyers in Transition is here to help. Designed to help attorneys in transition, the career development series of programs offer advice and resources to increase the odds of finding rewarding work.
Please note: This program does not carry MCLE credit.
The weblink to view the program along with any program materials will be forwarded to all registrants. Participants will be able to ask questions of the presenters using the online weblink. If you are unable to participate in the LIVE webcast, the recorded archive will be available online at the Committee's website www.nysba.org/LawyersinTransition.
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