Networking for Lawyers

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Networking can be viewed as initiating, building, and maintaining relationships for the purpose of furthering professional, educational or philanthropic activities.

Many people enter law school and even the practice of law without a full appreciation of how important networking can be to achieving their career goals. Networking, when done properly, can lead to numerous career opportunities, build your brand and credibility, and ultimately attract revenue. Below you will find information and tips to help you build and improve your networking skills.

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