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previous post that you all seemed to enjoy, I talked about how to network once you’ve arrived at an event. This time I’d like to talk about how to actually get to these events as well other ways you can build your network as a student.
There are constantly things happening in the legal profession, so it can be overwhelming deciding where to begin. Here are some ideas to start you off on your networking journey.
Recently, the Supreme Court of New South Wales handed down a decision on a case which examined whether “liking” a post on Facebook could make out the elements of defamation.
The case is a caution to all who use social media.
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January 16, 2019
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Young people aren’t just taking over workplaces, they’re redefining the employment model!
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December 27, 2018
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