Major Lindsey & Africa to Hold Job Search and Interviewing Guidance Sessions at 2015 Minority In-House Counsel Association Conference in Chicago From September 9-11, 2015
World's Leading Legal Search Firm to Offer Professional Interviewing and Resume Counseling to a Limited Number of Conference Attendees
Chicago, Illinois, August 3, 2015 (Newswire.com) - Major Lindsey & Africa will hold interviewing and job-search guidance sessions for a limited number of attendees of The Minority In-House Counsel Association’s 2015 Conference, occurring this September 9-11, 2015 at the Renaissance Blackstone Chicago Hotel in Chicago, Illinois. Registration for the conference is open on MIHCA’s website at http://www.mymihca.org/programming/.
With over 30 years of experience in legal staffing and recruitment, Major Lindsey & Africa’s interviewing guidance sessions will offer the opportunity for conference-goers to discuss career goals, the current state of the market, and how to best refine networking efforts to garner long term professional success. Guidance sessions will include resume review, mock interviews, and professional development counseling. This is a valuable opportunity to expand your network, learn tips to develop your personal brand, and take away market intelligence that will help move your career to the next level.
In addition to the Major Lindsey & Africa guidance sessions, this year’s conference features Keynote Speaker Professor Steven Rodgers of Harvard Business School, educational CLE sessions designed to provide substantive practice development in several areas of legal practice, a General Counsel Panel to include Damien Atkins of Panasonic and Gloria Santona of McDonald’s, and several networking receptions.
About the Minority In-House Counsel Association
The Minority In-House Counsel Association (MIHCA) is a non-profit organization focused on the professional development, education, networking and career advancement of minority in-house counsel. MIHCA’s goal is to increase overall diversity in the legal profession, particularly in corporate and government law departments.