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Supplementing Your Practice - February 8, 2022

Finding ways to supplement your practice can set you up for success in a new area of law, or help you pivot into an alternative career. Our speakers will be discussing their certifications, the time and cost commitment involved in pursuing each of them, and the types of clients that their designations best serve. We will be hearing from:

Meghan O'Neil of Mills & Mills LLP and her role as an estates administration lawyer and TEP (Trust and Estate Practitioner);

Lorisa Stein and her role as a family lawyer, mediator, voice of the child, and business enterprise specialist;

Sherif Rizk and his role as a Certified Fraud Examiner and civil law degree holder;

Gokul Kamaraj and his role in an alternative career in law as a senior manager in anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist funding with Scotiabank; and

Madeline Ntoukas on the Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) designation and her experience working as claims counsel.

This program contains 1 hour and 30 minutes of Professionalism Content.

 

 

Supplementing Your Practice

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Finding ways to supplement your practice can set you up for success in a new area of law, or help you pivot into an alternative career.

When: February 8, 2022 from 6:30-7:30PM - virtual

The A-Z of Landing Your First Job

In partnership with the Law Society of Ontario, this event is geared towards assisting law students, articling students and new lawyers in finding their first job.
Our main points of focus include; how to look for employment opportunities, get noticed, interview effectively, and succeed in your role once hired.
Our speakers include Law Society of Ontario Treasurer Teresa Donnelly who will be discussing what resources and supports the Law Society has to offer you, as well as Titilayo Desbiens, who is the Director of Human Resources at Zensurance.
Our WLAO hosts Madeline Ntoukas and Veronica Blanco Sanchez will share their first hand experiences with navigating the Toronto and Ottawa employment markets.
Please submit any specific questions you might have for our speakers when you register.
If the registration is full and you would like to be added to the "wait list", please contact wlao@cogeco.ca.
This program contains 0 hour(s) and 45 minutes of Professionalism Content.
This program contains 0 hour(s) and 15 minutes of EDI Professionalism Content.

November 23, 2021 - The A-Z of Landing Your First Job

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In partnership with the Law Society of Ontario, this event is geared towards assisting law students, articling students and new lawyers in finding their first job.

When: November 23, 2021 from 6:30-7:30PM - virtual

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