Lawyers Working Hybrid or Remotely: Thumbs Up or Down … Why and How? (11/29/22)
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Trends tend to travel slowly to the legal profession. This session is for employers of any size who are dead set against or kind of considering letting your lawyers work partially or fully outside the office. It’s also for legal employers already flexing their lawyers’ schedules and for individuals who want to propose or enhance hybrid or remote working relationships and client service. We’ll jump-start this important conversation by addressing anticipated and unexpected consequences, using polls, and hearing from lawyers on both sides of the “in-person or not” fence. Please send your questions in advance through the registration process.
Babak Bakhtiari, Associate General Counsel, Northwestern University. Former school law boutique Partner.
Trent Cornell, Partner at Dickinson Wright, PLLC. Former law firm Management Committee Member and Litigation Group Chair.
Nicole Sappingfield, Corporate Associate at Dickinson Wright, PLLC. Division 1 collegiate softball player and team captain.
Andrew Sprogis, MBA and Chief Innovation Officer, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP. Former Katten Executive Director.
Moderator: Kathy Morris, Under Advisement, Ltd. (Kathy@UnderAdvisement.com) Featured legal careers advisor of the CBA Career Advancement Program & Member, Forbes Coaches Council
Co-Sponsor: Michael Rosselli, Senior Attorney at futures brokerage and clearing firm R.J. O’Brien & Associates, LLC.
Co-Chair, CBA Young Lawyers Section Career Assistance Committee
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