ABA Tools to Assist You During the Economic Downturn

November 23, 2009Duke Law News

ABA has developed a website of resources and benefits to assist you in these uncertain times. The Economic Recovery Resources ( http://maestro.abanet.org/trk/click?ref=zpqri74vj_3-b820x3c5c6x180031& ) website includes information on:

* Student Loan Repayment and Forgiveness - New!
* Job Searching/Networking - Includes the New ABA Job Board!
* Career Transitioning
* Professional Development
* Practice Management
* Stress Management
* Savings, Insurance and Complimentary Programming/CLE
* Hot Recession Topics
* Non-ABA Resources

Take advantage of these complimentary tools today. Don’t forget to come back regularly, as resources, benefits and programs will continue to be added as they become available.
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