Alternative Careers for Lawyers | Free LIT Webcast and Live Program |
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
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12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Live Program and Free Webcast
Sponsored by the Committee on Lawyers in Transition
Alternative Careers for Lawyers
Are you interested in alternative legal career options for lawyers? Come hear how our panelists have utilized their legal backgrounds to successfully transition into careers in finance, education, legal recruiting, and the nonprofit world.
The New York State Bar Association Committee on Lawyers in Transition is continuing its series of free, live Career Development webcasts to help lawyers better manage their careers during this tough economy.
Alternative Careers for Lawyers will be presented on Wednesday, March 20, 2013 from 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
Panelists will explore alternative careers for lawyers and will provide helpful tips to assist you in your job search.
Seth Finkel, Managing Director,
Neuberger Berman Wealth Management
The weblink to view the program along with any program materials will be forwarded to all registrants. If you are unable to attend in person or participate in the LIVE webcast, the recorded archive will be available online and posted at the Committee's website www.nysba.org/LawyersinTransition.
Visit www.nysba.org/LITarchivedWebcasts to view past programs offering advice and resources to increase the odds of finding rewarding work.
Please note: This program does not carry MCLE
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