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How To Network For A Job As A Lawyer Or Law Student

Are you throwing resume at every job opening you see with no results? You might want to change your approach. Check out the video below to hear freelance lawyer Leila Kanani’s advice on how to network for a job – great stuff for both lawyers and law students. You may be pleased to hear that you don’t need to meet everyone in the room at a networking event to get a job!

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Today’s Guest

Freelance Lawyer Leila KananiFreelance Attorney Provider Leila Kanani
Title: CEO & Founder, Intermix Legal Group
City: Chicago, IL
Law School: American Univ. Washington College of Law in DC
College: Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA
Other Career: Leila previously practiced intellectual property law in BigLaw and continues to practice IP law through her own firm, Stratus IP Law Group.

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