On Tuesday, at St. Louis University Law School on March 2 at 5:00, I’ll be speaking to law students, recent law school graduates and anyone else who might be interested about social media, the Internet and tegal technology with a focus on how you can use these tools to effectively launch your legal career. Phi Delta Phi is sponsoring the event.
I’ll take an informal approach, with lots of Q & A, and I’m planning to let the audience pick the topics they most want me to cover. In other words,I’ll see if i can “crowdsource” the structure of the presentation.
I’ll highlight some of my ideas from this post on advice for 1Ls and my latest ABA Journal column called “Saving Face,” but I expect to share a lot of other information based on my own experience and what I’ve learned over the years. I’m also hoping to learn a lot from the perspecitives of law students who are facing these tough economic times.
There are two places you can find more information on the presentation – on the Law School’s calendar page and the Facebook page for the event. There’s also an email address for information – email@example.com.
Please mention the event to law students or others in St. Louis who might be interested. It’d be great to see you there.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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