The Art of Schmoozing

New York City Bar
Webcast
The Art of Schmoozing
Wednesday, March 3, 2021 | 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

To register please call Customer Relations at (212) 382-6663

Program Fee:

Students or Alumni of Sponsoring Schools: Free
Members: Free
Non-Members: $25

This program is part of the New Lawyer Institute
. Students and Alumni from sponsoring law schools: To ensure your free registration, please update the 'law school' section under Manage My Account prior to registering, or register using your law school email address.

Please Note: All attendees will receive an email confirmation including a zoom invite two hours prior to the program with details of how to access the webinar.

Description:
The art of schmoozing, otherwise known as networking with a purpose, is as important as ever for career and business development. In this engaging and interactive discussion, our panel of experts will teach you how to develop your schmoozing skills, providing tips on how to effectively and professionally speak to new contacts, colleagues, and even potential mentors in the virtual landscape as well as in person. We will cover the "dos and don'ts" of networking, the effective use of social media, and how to develop and maintain professional relationships through networking endeavors.   

Moderator: 
Paula T. Edgar
, CEO, PGE Consulting Group LLC

Speakers:
Carl Forbes, Jr., Principal, Carl Forbes Jr. Law Firm PLLC
Antwaun Gavins, Assistant Attorney General, Litigation Bureau NY Attorney General’s Office 
Morgan Mouchette, Matrimonial & Family Law Partner, Blank Rome LLP

Zalika Pierre, Associate General Counsel, Instagram

Sponsoring Association Committee: 
New Lawyers Institute, Brian Farkas, Chair 

 
Law School Sponsors:
Albany Law
Brooklyn Law School
Cardozo
Columbia Law
CUNY Law
Drexel Law
Duke Law School
Fordham
Hofstra
Maryland
New York Law School
NYU Law
Pace School of Law
Penn Law
Quinnipiac Law
Rutgers
Seton Hall
St Johns Law School
Syracuse
Touro
UConn
Yale


Where
Online Event

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