Put a Personal Touch on Professional Networking

Daris B. Jackson
In our quest to redefine networking, a great place to start is with our base—with those we consider to be our “circle.”

In our quest to redefine networking, a great place to start is with our base—with those we consider to be our “circle.”

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If you are a practicing attorney in today’s legal market, you can attest to the difficulties attorneys face in the networking process. Traditional networking opportunities—the large gathering where business cards are exchanged over cocktails—have proven to be an unrewarding exercise, at best. Many times, young lawyers find themselves at events thinking, “What now?” Surprisingly, the answer to that question for many lies outside of the gathering. 

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