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It's relatively easy to network within your organization when you work at a law firm. After all, everyone is a lawyer and they have a very good understanding of what you do.
However, when you work as in house counsel at a non-law related business, networking, building connections and making your achievements stand out to a room full of non-lawyers can present its challenges. This is especially true when most people have a negative impression of what lawyers do.
Here are three tips for in house counsel networking that can help you overcome these negative stereotypes, as reported by JD Supra:
Networking within your organization for in house counsel is as important as networking outside your organization. After all, it is your supervisors who will determine how much of a raise you receive and have the most direct impact on the quality of your work life.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.
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