70 easily digestible pages, cover to cover
10,000 words, including quotes from 9 lawyers, recruiters, and careers professionals
15 case studies with sample networking cards

Did you know networking is the most successful way to find your next position, find career building opportunities, start building a client base, and more?

The place to start networking is with people you already know. But one of the keys to successful networking is expanding that circle. Social media can be a great networking tool to help you meet new people. Even so, you’ll also need to get away from your computer so you can meet and connect with new people at live, in-person events. Some people—including lawyers!—find these events intimidating.

And that’s where networking cards can help.

Whether you call them “networking business cards,” “resume cards,” “student business cards,” or just “business cards,” these are powerful tools to help attorneys and law school students self-market, identify their unique value proposition, and network in-person.

Shauna has turned a seemingly trivial concept—networking cards—into a highly instructive volume for networking in general. I’ve considered myself a lifelong, naturally born networker, and I still took away a pile of new ideas for my clients and myself. Absolutely worth the investment. ~ Jared Redick, Executive Résumé Writer, The Résumé Studio.

Define And Promote The Business Of You

“Networking Cards For Lawyers And Law Students” is a concise resource that explains the theory behind effective networking cards and gives you step-by-step instructions to implement that theory in real life situations. You will learn to:

  • Think differently about yourself. Creating your networking card forces you to concentrate on what you offer employers—your most important qualifications—and distill them into as few words as possible.
  • Practice essential career and business development skills. Many attorneys and law school are uncomfortable walking into a crowded convention hall, introducing themselves to strangers, striking up a conversation, and exchanging business cards. Exchanging cards helps you practice and get comfortable with networking.

“Networking Cards For Lawyers And Law Students” also contains 15 Case Studies illustrating the principles behind networking cards.