Transitioning from Articling to Associate (Archived Video Stream) 

Apr. 30, 2014
Toronto Online

Transitioning from Articling to Associate
Young Lawyers Division | Original Program Date: April 30, 2014

Perhaps you’re almost at the end of articles and looking ahead at what’s next.  Perhaps you’re an associate looking for tips for career success.  Perhaps you’re a law student, keen to obtain key strategies for success that you can start building on now.

Join us for a discussion about managing your own and others’ expectations in your changing role, managing relationships with colleagues and clients to establish credibility and trust, time management and organizational strategies.  We will also take a look at resources available to you to make the transition as seamless as possible.

Obtain helpful tools from our expert faculty:

Leeann Beggs is the Director of Students & Associate Programs at Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP in Ottawa.  Prior to that, Leeann was Director of Queen’s Law Career Services Office and has a wealth of career tips to share. 
Sean Van Helden is an Associate at Kelly Santini LLP.  Sean will share from his first-hand experience, his challenges and tips for navigating this transition.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn now how to begin making your transition as smooth as it can be!


Erin McNamara, Scotiabank
Anastasia Semenova, Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
Meghan O’Halloran, Hamilton Appotive LLP


Leeann Beggs, Director of Students & Associate Programs, Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
Sean Van Helden, Associate, Kelly Santini LLP


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    CBA Member: $50*
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    CBA Member: $75*
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