Tools for New Lawyers

Here are a few ways you can use the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin in your career:

In the News: Learn about awards, high-profile lawyers, legal honors and any other happenings in the legal community.

Legal Career Center: Stay on top of job opportunities by reading our daily pages. Many lawyers have found a job opportunity through these pages. You can also follow the @LBLegalJobs Twitter feed:

Case Summaries and Trial Notebook: Attorneys and law students can learn many important details about case precedents that may help them on the job or in class.

Newspaper Archives: Track the progress of issues and cases from Chicago and Illinois going back to 1991.

Lawyers' Forum: Our writers often offer networking tips, business-building ideas and other best practices that will help new lawyers.

Calendar: Find listings of upcoming Continuing Legal Education opportunities, legal group meetings, and professional seminars.

Social Media: Follow the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ to get the latest news on Chicago's legal community. You can also interact with the newspaper's reporters on the issues.

Law Bulletin Seminars: Network with colleagues from the bench and bar, gain valuable practice advice from top experts, and earn MCLE and PMCLE credits in a dynamic, professional environment.

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