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The article below was written by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez for  Everyone probably remembers the first time they heard about Twitter and about how young people were throwing around their one-liners about sitting on the porch, walking to the mailbox, walking back to the porch, sitting down… well, you get the picture. But since that time, Twitter […]

E-mail Etiquette 101

December 27th, 2011 by

E-Mail Etiquette 101 by Kendra Brodin on December 21, 2011 in Even though all of us send and receive dozens of e-mails each and every day, many are still guilty of breaking e-mail etiquette rules that, if followed, could help us present ourselves more professionally. Here is a quick list of tips for e-mail […]

Maximizing Your Break

December 21st, 2011 by

MAXIMIZE YOUR HOLIDAY BREAK Take advantage of networking opportunities over your break. If you are going home, it’s a great chance to make contacts there and set up informational interviews. Attend holiday events so you can network and mingle with as many people as possible. Refine your application materials during your time off in order […]

Robert Mayer and Robin Taylor Symons, partners in Gordon & Rees’  Miami office, co-authored an article for the Business Monday section of the December 5 edition of the Miami Herald entitled “Strong Employee Traits Can Often Lead to Promotion.”  “Stand-out employees can advance – even in this economy.  At some organizations, working your way up […]

The Janet D. Steiger Fellowship Project is a summer program sponsored by the ABA Section of Antitrust Law, honoring the memory of the late Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission.  Up to 25 first and second year law students will be selected to serve for a minimum of eight weeks in the consumer protection department […]

The University of La Verne College of Law is presenting a Section 1983 Civil Rights Symposium The region’s leading civil rights experts, practitioners and law enforcement officials will discuss §1983 litigation, including basic concepts, strategies, defenses and developing law.  Date:  January 20 & 21, 2012 Location:  Ayres Hotel & Suites, 1945 East Holt Boulevard, Ontario, […]

The Lawyers Club of San Diego invites you to join them at their ANNUAL HOLIDAY LUNCHEON featuring musical entertainment from Limited Jurisdiction.  Come visit with friends and enjoy a break from the hectic holiday season!  They will also be collecting for the Lawyers Club Fund for Justice. DATE:  Thursday, December 15, 2011 TIME:  12 – 1:15 pm PLACE:  Westin San Diego, 400 […]

In the recent article entitled “Only 140 Characters to Help Your Job Search”, Cheryl Palmer offers advice on what to say in 140 characters that will help you get closer to your professional goals.  To read her article and get your Twitter strategy started, click here.

The San Diego County Bar Association is presenting: Civil Cases in Superior Court • The Judges’ Orientation Program for New Attorneys: A program that bridges the gap from law school to practice Presented by state and federal court judges and the San Diego County Bar Association, this exciting series is tailored to newly admitted attorneys.  […]

When is it appropriate to follow up with an employer on the submission of your resume, and how do you do it?  A recent article from tackles these questions with some great suggestions.  To read the article, click here. 

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