Program Sponsor: NYCLA’s Young Lawyers Section
Program Co-chairs: Oleksandr Kryvenko and Eugene Frenkel, Co-chairs, NYCLA's Young Lawyers Section
Moderator: Theresa Kaiser-Jarvis, Assistant Dean, University of Michigan Law School
Faculty: Hon. Gerald Lebovits, NYS Sup. Ct.; Francesca Ciarrocchi, Municipal Credit Union; James Hosking, Chaffetz Lindsey LLP; Jadranka Jakovcic, Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP
Join us for a panel discussion about the career opportunities available to international graduates of U.S. LLM programs, as well as how employing International LLM's helps achieve diversity and inclusion within firms, and the legal profession in general.
Along with our moderator who is the Assistant Dean for International Affairs at the University of Michigan Law School, our panelists received LLM degrees from such law schools as Harvard, New York University, Fordham and Brooklyn Law School. They have gone on to diverse careers including founding partner of a firm where he specializes in international dispute resolution; an Acting NYS Supreme Court Judge in NY County; an associate at a large law firm specializing in investment treaty and commercial arbitration; and an attorney at the Municipal Credit Union.
*A networking reception will follow the program from 7:40 pm – 8:15 pm
At the reception, 5 copies of A Short and Happy Guide to Networking and A Short and Happy Guide to Being Hired will be raffled off courtesy of their author Desiree Jaeger-Fine.
A Short and Happy Guide to Networking cuts through the clutter and outlines how everyone can build relationships in a way that is not only comfortable but enjoyable. No ploys or stunts, no templates or arbitrary rules. And if you don’t want to go to networking receptions, you really don’t have to. You can still?and will?be an exceptional networker.
A Short and Happy Guide to Being Hired shares everything you need to know without exhausting your patience with unnecessary detail. From finding opportunities, to your online and offline search, to your cover letter, your resume, interview questions, networking, and offer negotiation, this book covers underlying principles that will accelerate your job search.
For more information about Desiree Jaeger-Fine and her books go to https://jaeger-fine.com/
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