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New Year’s Resolutions You Won’t RegretNew Year's resolutions can be fanciful, practical, or both. We're not here to tell you which is right. There's nothing wrong with dreaming big when the clock strikes midnight. But we do think you will feel more accomplished if you chop up those dreams into smaller steps. Here are some ideas to help your personal and professional life.
Holiday Networking Etiquette WebinarEtiquette matters, whether you’re in a business or a social context. Holiday parties are no exception. Do you know what actions and behavior can help you further the image you want to uphold as a legal professional at this year’s holiday business and social events?
5 Life Lessons Learned from Completing a TriathlonI had the amazing fortune to be selected by my company as a Win4Youth ambassador to compete with 70 of my global colleagues in an Olympic-distance triathlon in Spain in September. The lessons I’ve learned from this experience will forever change my life.
How to Boost Your On-the-Job HappinessA recent study found that on-the-job happiness starts looking dire at age 35. One in six workers aged 35-54 said they were unhappy at work. So if you find yourself unhappy at work, what can you do about it?
Why You Need a Legal MentorWhether you’re a recent law school graduate or a seasoned attorney, there will be times you need professional guidance. While your legal education and internships helped develop the necessary technical skills, for consistent career advancement and support, it’s important to have a career mentor.
How to Survive Your First Job After Law School
Congratulations! You endured three grueling years of law school. After that, several bleak months studying for the bar. And all of your hard work has finally paid off!
Resume Tips from a Recruiter
Whatever your career ambitions, preparing an exceptional summary of your credentials is always a prudent first step.
Overcome the Guilt that Keeps you in the Wrong Job
How many hours do you work each week? 50? 60? More?
Motherhood: A Performance Review
A woman’s work is never done. According to the 2017 Mother’s Day Index, moms spend approximately 100 hours each week performing various tasks around the house and taking care of the kids.