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April 1, 2010

April 1st - Lawyers in Transition Webcast

NYSBA Committee on Lawyers in Transition
2010 Webcast Series

Thursday, April 1, 2010 - 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time

Session Two - We Are Our Stories

Session Two is jointly sponsored by the Committee on Lawyers in Transition and the Senior Lawyers Section of the New York State Bar Association.

We Are Our Stories: Small Changes, Big Impacts


1. Preparing Our Story

Why we need to know our stories
The importance of honest self assessment
Creating an inventory of our skills, successes, experience, strengths and limitations

Presented by Rosemary Byrne, J.D., Step-by-Step Coaching LLC

2. Telling Our Stories

How we are our stories
How Our Stories can become Liabilities
Using our stories in resumes, cover letters and interviews
How to Change Our Stories to have positive impacts

Presented by Jane Genova, President of Genova Writing, Coaching and More, New Haven, CT.

3. Writing the Next Chapter

Planning the transition journey to our next job, career or our version of retirement
Determining where we want our professional and personal lives to go and the steps we can take to get there

Presented by Rosemary Byrne, J.D., Step-by-Step Coaching LLC

Session Two features Jane Genova, President of "Genova Writing, Coaching and More" and Rosemary Byrne, J.D., from Step-by-Step Coaching LLC.

Jane Genova has been coaching all generations in all lines of work in career transition, with a special focus on those over-50. Her new book "Over-50: How We Keep Working" will be published in the Spring. She is the co-author of "The Critical 14 Years of Your Professional Life." Her ebooks on presentation of self and emotional intelligence have each had more than a million downloads and are available free upon request by emailing Ms. Genova at mgenova981@aol.com. Her two syndicated sites, also distributed by Amazon.com's Kindle, are http://careertransitions.typepad.com and http://over-50.typepad.com.

Rosemary Byrne is a lawyer who transitioned to an encore career in personal coaching. She is a cum laude graduate of Cardozo Law School, an NYU trained and certified coach, member of the International Coach Federation and President of Step by Step Coaching. She specializes in coaching professionals in career transition, with an emphasis on senior and retirement life planning. She is a frequent contributor to www.TOS50.com, a web site for those on the other side of 50. Rosemary began her legal career as a federal law clerk in the Southern District of New York, spent 8 years as a litigator at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft and was the general counsel and a business executive of an investment bank for over 20 years. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Cardozo and chairs the law school’s Committee on Alumni in Transition.

If you miss the live program, you can view the webcast archive on April 5, 2010 at www.nysba.org/LITArchivedWebcasts.

April 8, 2010

NYSBA Launched New Career Center Resource for Attorneys

New York State Bar Association Launches New Career Center Resource for Attorneys

Web Site Provides One-Stop-Shopping for Job Seekers, Employers and Recruiters

Continuing its commitment to providing cutting-edge resources to help attorneys find employment in this difficult job market, the New York State Bar Association launched a new Career Center that will match attorneys who need jobs with employers who need attorneys. The NYSBA Career Center, powered by JobTarget and located on the State Bar’s Web site at www.nysba.org/jobs, will be a complete, one-stop-shopping resource for job seekers, employers and recruiters.

For additional resources, please visit the Committee on Lawyers in Transition’s webpage at www.nysba.org/LIT or www.nysba.org/LawyersinTransition

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