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Tag Archives: career

Getting personal in blogs and social media (access required)

I just finished putting together my materials for the MSBA Annual Meeting. I will be speaking Thursday morning during the conference about how lawyers can use social media effectively and without getting themselves into trouble. My presentation will be part ...

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Tips for navigating discovery (access required)

I had the pleasure of moderating a Maryland State Bar Association Young Lawyers Section Education Committee panel presentation Thursday night. Our topic: “Navigating Discovery as a Young Lawyer.” It was a great panel, if I do say so myself. The ...

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Building stress resilience (access required)

I ran across a thought-provoking article a few weeks ago: “High-achieving women need more than a bubble bath.” By “high-achieving” women, the article means women who are accomplishment-focused and achievement-oriented— yes, that includes you, my fellow attorneys! Actually, I found ...

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Planning your career one goal at a time (access required)

It’s that time of year again. You’ve made your personal New Year’s resolutions. But now, it is time to set some professional resolutions. I’m talking about career development goals. You may be required to develop or update a career development ...

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Let the holiday parties begin (access required)

I lost count of the number of various holiday-related events that I have been invited to so far this month. You’ve got office holiday parties, holiday parties thrown by organizations that you are involved with, bar association holiday parties, local ...

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Justice Breyer comes to Baltimore and other October events (access required)

The Maryland Court of Appeals’ Ideals of Professionalism calls on attorneys to “willingly take on the responsibility of promoting the image of the legal profession by educating each client and the public regarding the principles underlying the justice system.” On ...

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