Upcoming Session

Closing the #Divide: How Young Lawyers Can Transcend Generational Differences As They Transform the Practice of Law

The legal profession, like the workforce at-large, is multigenerational. Our internal and external clients are not only Traditionalists and Boomers, but they are also Generation Xers and Millennials. Each generation has unique views, assets and challenges that are often overlooked or underutilized in the workplace.

Please join the Capital Area Bar Association (CABA), the Jackson Young Lawyers (JYL), and the Young Lawyer Division of the Mississippi Bar for a two-hour interactive Flash CLE to discuss the traits and characteristics of each generation as well as strategies on how to effectively communicate with and leverage the diverse views of each generation.

We will also discuss scenarios, personal experiences, and challenges or successes that younger attorneys face in the workplace and provide solutions and feedback on the same. Finally, we will share tips on how to reduce the potentially negative impact of generational biases that young attorneys may face or have concerning the practice of law.

The CLE is free to CABA and JYL members. The cost is $10.00 to non-members. It will be held at the Mississippi Bar Center in Jackson from 9:00 – 11:00 am. Breakfast will be provided. Contact Pat Evans to register at patricia9927@att.net.


Date & Time

March 16th, 2018
9:00 – 11:00 am

Mississippi Bar Center

643 North State Street
Jackson MS 39202


Facilitator

  • Nakimuli Davis-Primer, Baker Donelson
  • Co-sponsored with the Jackson Young Lawyers Association and Young Lawyers Division of The Mississippi Bar

Cost & Registration

Free for CABA and JYL members, $10 for non-members

Contact Patricia Evans to register for the CLE by clicking the email button below. Include the date(s) of the CLE(s) you wish to attend in your message.

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