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The Attributes of Strong Female Leaders

By Angela A. Turiano – May 14, 2020 | As the global pandemic has highlighted the strengths of women leaders the world over, we can see the need for such leadership in the legal profession, too.

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The Secret about Staying Motivated

By Chelsea Pasquali – August 14, 2020 | Motivation is a great way to set goals. Discipline achieves them.

Composing a Life in the Law

By Beth Fenton – August 14, 2020 | An interview with Beth Fenton on her path to equity partnership and how COVID-19 is changing the legal workplace.

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Marketing Tips For Young Women Attorneys–Your Partners and Colleagues are Clients Too

By Tiffany deGruy – August 27, 2020 | Often, the “go-to” associates within a firm receive plum assignments, advanced responsibilities, and opportunities for client relationships and external marketing that are not available to others in their peer group. Yet, cultivating a “go-to” reputation can be challenging for young attorneys whose plates already are full, often both at home and at the office, and who must be discriminating about the opportunities they seek and the responsibilities they take on. Tiffany deGruy offers a few practical tips for making the most of your investment in your reputation and establishing yourself as a “go-to” associate. (11:56 min)

Top Ten Tips for Virtual Oral Arguments

By Lindsay Breedlove – June 23, 2020 | How do you prepare differently for an oral argument that will occur on a video platform? What small tweaks to your in-person routine should you make to ensure you are your most persuasive and confident self? Lindsay Breedlove provides her top ten tips for preparing for and presenting oral arguments by use of remote video. (7:54 min)

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