The City Bar will be closed on Monday, January 20, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
In addition to the hundreds of events held at the City Bar, we host the annual Professional Development Workshop Series. From January –June, members can attend these workshops that focus on topics like leadership, communication, time-management, and client developments. There is no charge for members to attend, and most workshops provide CLE credit. We also hold programs for attorneys seeking to re-enter or transition within the profession. If you want to start your own practice and have some questions, check out our small law firm center or contact the center here.
We also hold programs on a variety of topics from transitioning to Lawyers Connect, which includes a series of bi-monthly social events, monthly eNewsletter and other online features.
Small Law Firm Center
We also hold programs for attorneys seeking to re-enter or transition within the profession. If you want to start your own practice and have some questions, check out our Small Law Firm Center.
Committee on Career Advancement and Management
Whether you are just starting out, or well into your career, the Committee on Career Advancement and Management produces programs to assist you with your career development needs.
Career Counselor Referral Program
Members can use our recently launched Career Counselor Referral Program to be referred an experienced career counselor, for an initial session, at a discounted member rate.
For your convenience, the City Bar has created many online resources to help you with your career:
- Read what other attorneys are doing in our Spotlight on Careers and gain inspiration for your own career path.
- Download Career Development Podcasts for career guidance on the go.
- Search for legal job openings using the City Bar Legal Career Center.
- Ask questions, exchange ideas and network with other members in our online community, City Bar Central.