9th Young-OGEMID Symposium: To Do or Not To Do - Top Ten Things Junior Lawyers Should or Should Not Do On the Job (January-February 2019)
18 January 2019
Young-OGEMID has developed a number of initiatives meant to address the unique needs of the listserve members. These include "virtual" symposia among others.
Our ninth Young-OGEMID symposium "To Do or Not To Do - Top Ten Things Junior Lawyers Should or Should Not Do On the Job" will start at the end of January 2019
About the Symposium
Making the transition from higher education to practice can be difficult. Very often, we don't know what we don't know, leading to all types of mistakes. In this virtual symposium, senior lawyers from private practice, government and corporate legal departments share their insights on what junior lawyers should or should not do in order to succeed at their jobs.
Membership of Young-OGEMID is free, there is no obligation to subscribe to the Transnational Dispute Management (TDM, ISSN 1875-4120) law journal and people can leave the list at any time. The only prerequisite is that people who register are either law student, Junior (non- tenure) Academics or associates e.g. partners or tenured professors shouldn't join as Young-OGEMID is meant for young professionals so they can exchange, relatively out of the eye of their seniors on a more equal basis, information and discussion.
More information - including free to download reports of previous symposia - and registration here: https://www.transnational-dispute-management.com/young-ogemid/
- PDF: Career Tips for Women in International Arbitration (186 kb, 4 pages)
This handout was compiled from comments of successful women at various levels of seniority and phases of life, working in different continents and legal systems across a diverse spectrum of careers in international dispute resolution, including private practice, arbitral institutions, courts, academia and legal publishing. (January 2017)
Kind provided by Judith Levine, Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA).
- Youtube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9CigDlIm3w
Second edition of the INOVARB-AMCHAM event "Successful Strategies for Launching your Career in International Arbitration" in Vienna, on 26 March 2018, during the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. Click on the link below to hear valuable inputs on the topic from Prof. Dr. Julian D. M. Lew QC, Prof. Dr. Stefan Kröll, Dr. Crina Baltag, Dr. Ioana Knoll-Tudor, Prof. Dr. Patricia Shaughnessy, Felipe Sperandio and Sherlin Tung.
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