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Holiday Parties and Networking Faux Pas

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It's that time of year again and 'tis the season for many holiday parties. These events also present unique opportunities for lawyers to engage in professional networking while enjoying the festivities. 

However, indulging too much can backfire. Remember to be prepared, be courteous, and avoid common networking faux pas such as feigning interest in a conversation and failing to follow up with new contacts after an event.

See Susan Moon, "Moonlighting:How Not to Network," Above The Law (Dec. 14, 2012).

Posted by Jillian Snell, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal

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