On Thursday, November 7, I’ll be part of a great panel with Jan Wallen and Ruth Carter for a free webinar called “The Why and How of LinkedIn for Law Students,” presented by LexisNexis as part of its Law Student Webcasts series. Register here.
On Thursday November 7th at 3 PM EST a panel of LinkedIn experts, including two attorneys who are currently using LinkedIn in their practices, will present to law students on the uses of LinkedIn. You’ll learn why it is important for law students to have a professional presence on LinkedIn and how to set-up your profile and start networking.
You’ll be able to interact with a panel of LinkedIn experts:
1. Learn the nuts and bolts of LinkedIn from Jan Wallen, who literally wrote the book on it: “Mastering LinkedIn in 7 Days or Less”: http://bit.ly/1aC8mFr
2. Hear how LinkedIn is applicable to the legal profession from Dennis Kennedy, Vice President and Counsel MasterCard, who writes the technology column for the ABA Journal: http://bit.ly/1aC8mFt
3. See how LinkedIn is being used in the practice of law from Ruth Carter, owner of Carter Law Firm, who was selected to the ABA list of Legal Rebels in 2012: http://bit.ly/1aC8mp3
BTW – all webcast attendees receive special discounts on the LinkedIn books/ebooks published by Jan and Dennis.
There’s also more information at the LexisNexis 4 Law Students Facebook page.
There have already been a large number of registrations, but there’s plenty of room for more.
I really enjoy talking with law students and am looking forward to this webinar. We have a lot of great information to share. If you know law students who might benefit from learning more about LinkedIn, please let them know about this webinar.
This webinar helps Allison Shields and I with the launch of our new book, LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition. We think the book will be especially useful for law students.
The second edition of LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition can be purchased through the ABA Store or in an iBook version on iTunes.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (https://denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers (Second Edition), the new book from Allison Shields and me, is now available (iBook version also available). Our previous book, Facebook in One Hour for Lawyers, is also available (iBook version here). Also still available, The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together, by Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell.