During this training session, a representative from LexisNexis will demonstrate how students should prepare for their upcoming on campus interviews and how to research employers utilizing LexisNexis. The training will focus on researching: 1) The law firm attorneys, their respective practices areas, and the cases on which they have worked, and 2) Government attorneys and employers. It will also provide students access to a document with over 300 links to the Martindale-Hubbell Profiles of law firms and government employers, news stories that mention the firms and government employers, and case law that the law firms and government employers were involved with. For more information, contact Emily Sharples at email@example.com.
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