Being actively involved in the community
WHAT IS IT?
Networking is the practice of making connections through active involvement in the community and frequent interactions with others, especially those within your profession. Networking involves reaching out to others, forming new partnerships, cultivating older connections, and building mutually beneficial relationships.
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?
Effective networking skills enable you to build long-lasting and credible relationships with potential clients for your law firm. Networking well can also be a platform to make symbiotic professional connections. Senior law associates can use their networking skills to turn present connections into future clients. Your networking skills can have a big impact on the success of your law firm.