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How To Ask For Help At Work As A Lawyer

You have a new assignment on your desk, but not enough information to get started. What do you do? Worse yet, your law firm partner isn’t responding to your questions.

Today’s guest, David Hobbie, shares 3 great ways of how to ask for help at work in this video. He’s all about making law firm life work better (find out more about his job as a legal knowledge manager here), so be sure to listen to these tips:

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Today’s Guest

Legal Knowledge Manager David HobbieLitigation Knowledge Manager David Hobbie
Title: Litigation Knowledge Manager, Goodwin Procter
City: Boston, MA
Law School: University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI
College: Oberlin College in Oberlin, OH
Other Careers: David practiced commercial litigation at large and small firms before going into knowledge management. He also blogs about knowledge management for the International Legal Technology Association and has his own blog, Caselines.
Twitter: @kmhobbie
 

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