ADVANCING THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEGAL SUPERSTARS
Manar Morales, President & CEO of the Diversity & Flexibility Alliance
Kori Karew, Director of Strategic Diversity Initiatives, Shook, Hardy & Bacon
Kia Scipio, Associate Director, Georgetown University Law Center
We all know students are vying for jobs, but employers are just as competitive with each other to recruit top talent. The needs and wants of this generation are vastly different than the typical recruit 5-10 years ago. Have you adjusted your counseling style and employer outreach to meet the changing needs of your students? Research shows flexibility is a key consideration when students and lawyers are choosing their firms (and when they are deciding to leave). When employers have a flex policy, how is it being messaged and translated during the recruitment process (if at all)? For CSO's, how do you counsel students on navigating flexibility without stigma from a potential employer?
Please join us on Tuesday, November 29 from 1 pm - 2:15 pm EST for the Diversity & Flexibility Alliance's free, national CSO meet and greet call to learn more about who we are, our research and resources, and how we can partner together to help students achieve career success! As a national think tank dedicated to helping organizations create inclusive cultures that leverage diversity and flexibility to attract and retain top talent, we believe in creating connections, and we look forward to meeting you!
In addition to meeting the Alliance, hear from Kori Karew, Director of Strategic Diversity Initiatives, Shook, Hardy & Bacon and Kia Scipio, Associate Director, Georgetown University Law Center as they discuss both the employer and CSO perspectives on how to leverage flexibility for the recruitment and retention of the next generation of superstars!
Contact Eliza Musallam, Director of Member Relations & Outreach, with any questions. Please feel free to forward this invitation to other staff and faculty members of your office and/or organization. This presentation is not open to students.