The Center sponsors presentations and panels introducing current law students to the expectations of the legal community in terms of professional comportment and presentation.
Regent University Law Review presents a symposium entitled, "Raising the Bar: How Developing a Professional Identity Can Help You Break the Negative Lawyer Stereotype."
It is no secret that lawyers have developed a bad reputation. The jokes go on for days about how they are liars, cheaters, and frauds, always chasing an ambulance, looking for a fight, or falsifying documents. Studies have even shown that attorneys are the second most depressed professionals, second only to dentists. What is a good, honest lawyer who is looking for fulfillment in his profession to do about such negative stereotypes?
Visit www.regent.edu/symposium for more information.
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