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The Partners Post

Women in Legal Corporate Leadership Virtual Summit

LegalPartners recently had the privilege of sponsoring the Women in Legal Corporate Leadership Virtual Summit. The event was originally scheduled to be an in-person event in Atlanta but as a result of COVID-19, was a virtual event. With over 200 in-house attorneys registered for the event, we were skeptical as to how the virtual event … Read More ›

Ms. JD Column: Finding your tribe and personal branding

Two new posts in Ms. JD by our own Natasha Alladina! Enjoy!

March: Finding your tribe and nurturing your relationships: https://ms-jd.org/blog/article/practice-pointers-find-your-tribe

February: Personal branding and communicating your value both on LinkedIn and in person: https://ms-jd.org/blog/article/practice-pointers-communicating-your-value

 

TPG Gives Back During the Holidays!

This year The Partners Group participated in Holiday House as part of its annual holiday service project. Holiday House is an annual event by the Atlanta Children’s Shelter, where homeless and formerly homeless families come and shop ‘free’ for clothing, toys, and necessities. We donated hundreds of … Read More ›

TPG Hosts ALRA Holiday Luncheon

The Partners Group had the pleasure of once again hosting the Atlanta Legal Recruiting Association’s (ALRA) annual holiday luncheon at 5Church Restaurant in Atlanta. Congrats to the ALRA Board for an exceptional year.

We had an exceptional turnout and sincerely appreciate our unique relationship and friendships with each and every ALRA member, and look forward to … Read More ›

Georgia Latino Law Foundation – Third Annual Law Day

This week, I had the pleasure of presenting a Resume Workshop at the 3rd Annual Georgia Latino Law Foundation’s Law Day. The attendees were Latino Law Students at Emory University, Georgia State University College of Law, Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University, and Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. The students ranged from incoming … Read More ›