By Liz Yokubison, writer, author and mother of Alex, ENG‘21 I’m not sure...
Survive and Thrive as a Law Firm Associate
- 5:30 pm on Wednesday, October 24, 2012
- Suffolk University Law School Faculty Dining Room - 4th Floor
MassDLA Young Lawyers Division and the Suffolk University Law School’s Office of Professional & Career Development Present: Survive and Thrive as a Law Firm Associate Hear from a panel of partners, and then separately from a panel of experienced associates, about the keys to surviving and thriving as an associate in a law firm. The moderator will ask the panel of partners in area law firms a series of questions about what they look for in a successful associate, and how to be a successful associate. The panel of partners will then leave the room, and be replaced by a panel of experienced associates. The moderator will ask the associates to discuss their experiences as young associates, how best to work with demanding partners, and how to thrive in a law firm environment. Each panel will take questions directly from the audience as well. This is a great opportunity to learn from partners and associates about their experiences and expectations while working in a law firm. This program will provide valuable information and insights for associates in their first few years of practice or law students considering careers in law firms. Please RSVP to Bill Mekrut Young Lawyers Division Co-Chair: Murphy & Riley, P.C. P: 617-423-3700 WMekrut@murphyriley.com