Early career lawyers can take advantage of these sessions, which offer advice, tools and resources to help you build a successful career path, wherever your legal background takes you.

Taking the Nightmare out of Networking

Cheryl D'Sa and Sarah Klinger set out a framework for how you can leverage your social skills to confidently build your practice. Attendees will work through scenarios to identify their networking style and create a plan that applies the key skills needed to achieve professional success.


Financial Planning for Early Career Lawyers

Karen Sill and Ryan Graham will tackle two major financial worries for early career lawyers: should I pay off debt or invest in my future? You can do both.

Engage with this interactive session that includes a breakout activity where you'll learn how to manage debt and how to protect your income. Come ready to participate and get your questions answered.


Beyond the ABC’s: Trust Accounting for New Lawyers

Ask any lawyer and they will tell you that the one cardinal rule of trust accounting is this—it’s not your money! Success as an early career lawyer requires a solid understanding of how the rules and principles of trust accounting apply in practice.

Gurminder Sandhu and Thomas L. Spraggs help early career lawyers go beyond the trust accounting ABCs by discussing how you can set up internal control mechanisms that work, how to navigate complex trust issues, and how to avoid pitfalls.