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Seminar Will Provide Law Students and Graduates with Strategies and Competitive Edge

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Chabad of Southside is proud to announce a seminar for law students and legal professionals featuring three Florida Coastal School of Law Graduates who will provide strategies for navigating law school and the difficult job market on Saturday Night Feb. 22nd 8pm at Chabad.

Jacksonville, FL, February 12, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Chabad of Southside is proud to announce a seminar for law students and legal professionals featuring three Florida Coastal School of Law...

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Seminar Will Provide Law Students and Graduates with Strategies and Competitive Edge

Feb 12 2014, 2:56pm CST | by

Chabad of Southside is proud to announce a seminar for law students and legal professionals featuring three Florida Coastal School of Law Graduates who will provide strategies for navigating law school and the difficult job market on Saturday Night Feb. 22nd 8pm at Chabad.

Jacksonville, FL, February 12, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Chabad of Southside is proud to announce a seminar for law students and legal professionals featuring three Florida Coastal School of Law Graduates who will provide strategies for navigating law school and the difficult job market on Saturday Night Feb. 22nd 8pm at Chabad.

“The job market is extremely challenging right now – especially in the legal field,” said Rabbi Shmuli Novack, Director at Chabad of Southside. “Seeing the challenges so many students experience, we felt compelled to organize this free workshop and we are pleased to offer it to the public.”

Menachem Lieberman of Levey, Kelso, Magilligan & Lieberman, LLP, Andrew H. Sauer, M.D. of Smith Hulsey & Busey and Shachar Spiegel of The DeVries Law Firm will all be presenting and sharing key information from their personal experiences critical to succeeding in law school and more so in the trying job market.

Job Market Especially Tough for JD’s
The job scene across the nation is grim. Graduating law students are in for some sticker shock with what many are calling a “crisis.” Like the Atlantic recently reported: “The barren job market for law school grads has become a familiar reality by now. But here's something that tends to get lost in the story: The problem isn't just about no-name law schools churning out JD's nobody wants to hire. Even graduates at some of the country's top programs are struggling.” (April 9th, 2013)

Saturday Night Feb. 22 8pm at Chabad of Southside. Free. Reserve on our website online.

Contact Information:
Chabad Lubavitch of Southside, Inc.
Shmuel Novack
904-646-4434
Contact via Email
www.southsidechabad.com
@JaxJew

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