[SOLD OUT] Alternative Career Paths for Lawyers 

Mar. 5, 2020
Vaughan ON

OBA Young Lawyers Division PROGRAM | 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM

“Life is full of possibilities.” We have all heard that statement before, but what does that mean for a young lawyer? Many have asked “Are there other career paths I can pursue with a law degree?”

Join us for a candid conversation with a faculty who have built successful careers in banking, business, consulting, recruiting and technology sectors using their legal training, knowledge and skills. The topics they will discuss include:

  • Why leave the practice of traditional law?
  • What other career paths are available for lawyers?
  • What skills are transferable and what skills do I need to develop to be competitive?
  • What do future career prospects look like for lawyers?
  • How do I wind up a practice, if need be?


Attend this program to hear real-world insight on what it takes to make it outside of law, and the challenges and rewards that come with the journey. Stay afterwards for the networking and enjoy the conversation over refreshments.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Tahir Khorasansee, Levitt LLP
Alexandra Mealia, RBC Capital Markets

PROGRAM SPEAKERS

Randi Bean, President/Founder, Life After Law
Cleo Kirkland, Managing Partner, Korn Ferry International
Bilal Rizvi, Associate, Risk Oversight and Strategic Initiatives, Scotiabank
David Ross, Managing Director, Central Funding Group, RBC Capital Markets
Tara Vasdani, Technology & Artificial Intelligence lawyer, Remote Law Canada

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PROGRAM DETAILS

Date: Thursday, March 5, 2020
Time: 5:30 pm Registration
6:00 pm Program and Q & A
7:30 pm Networking Continues
9:00 pm Event Concludes
Location: KPMG Vaughan
100 New Park Place, Suite 1400 | Vaughan, ON | L4K 0H9
 

PROGRAM PRICE

CBA Member: Free | CBA Student Member: Free | Non-Member: Free
 

 

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