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Building Your Personal Brand in a Digital Age


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 60 minutes
Recorded Date: October 12, 2017
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Agenda

  • Working well with others
  • Development of self
  • Development of others
  • The important of inspiration
  • The habits of highly-effective In-House Lawyers
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: October 12, 2017

Description

Continuing with the theme of leadership, this panel discussion will look at how leadership is defined in the digital age. What new skills are required versus what existing skills can be honed? In this program, the panel of experts will go over key requirements of leadership in the digital environment, how to implement a personal brand development plan and adapting to change.

This program was recorded on October 12th, 2017.

Provided By

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

Panelists

Lisa Helem

Editor-in-Chief of The National Law Journal & Legal Times
ALM Media, LLC

Lisa oversees reporters and editors across the country for The National Law Journal. Helem joined The National Law Journal in December 2015 as the publication's Assistant Managing Editor and was named Managing Editor in June 2016. As Managing Editor, she has helped to oversee publication of the magazine and has edited features, contributed content and special reports, including the Pro Bono and Appellate hotlists and D.C.’s Rising Stars. Helem graduated from Duke University in 2001. After college, she wrote for publications including Newsweek, People and the Washington bureau of Cox Newspapers. After receiving her J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School in 2009, Helem practiced law at Vinson & Elkins, before deciding to return to media. Prior to joining ALM, Helem was a Legal Editor at Bloomberg BNA. Helem is a member of the D.C. Bar and of the State Bar of Texas (inactive).

Heather Nevitt

Executive Editor of Corporate Counsel & Inside Counsel and Editor-in-Chief of Texas Lawyer
ALM Media, LLC

Heather is responsible for leading and executing the editorial vision of Corporate Counsel, Inside Counsel and Texas Lawyer.

Since joining ALM in 2005, Heather has had several leadership positions, including the regional book editor for the Southern region that included Texas, Georgia and Florida book acquisitions, as well as her role as editor in chief of Texas Lawyer.

Before joining ALM, Heather practiced law and earned her juris doctorate from Michigan State University College of Law in East Lansing, Michigan.

Gina Passarella

Executive Editor, The American Lawyer
ALM Media, LLC

Passarella joined ALM in 2005, where for more than 10 year she covered the business of law for ALM’s Pennsylvania publication, The Legal Intelligencer, focusing on the trends and issues impacting the largest law firms in the state and beyond. In June 2016, Passarella moved into the role of Senior Editor, Business of Law in ALM’s Global Newsroom. In this role, Gina wrote and co-led a team of highly skilled journalists from around the country who report on and analyze how the world’s law firms operate and compete. Passarella has won several awards for her reporting, including a Jesse H. Neal award for a series on the changing business models of law firm’s post-recession and two Emmy awards for her work doing feature reports with the American Law Journal.

Before joining ALM, Passarella earned her master’s degree in broadcast journalism and public policy from American University in Washington, D.C.

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