Upskilling critical for the next generation of lawyers
In this special episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, produced in partnership with The College of Law, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Daljit Singh to discuss the acceleration of change in the age of coronavirus and how best emerging legal professionals can respond.
Daljit Singh – a teaching fellow in The College of Law’s Master of Legal Business, who teaches Workforce of the Future and Leadership – poses key questions to law students and young lawyers about how they perceive the myriad evolutions currently occurring in the marketplace, their place in it, and the practical steps that must be taken to thrive.
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The pair also talk about Mr Singh’s own vocational journey (including over three decades at global firms Baker McKenzie and KPMG), why he sees educating the next generation as such a worthwhile pursuit, and what advice he would offer to those who are worried about finding time for necessary upskilling to succeed in the looming new normal.
This episode was produced in anticipation of Mr Singh’s appearance at the upcoming and inaugural Careers Expo and Emerging Leaders Summit – register now for this three-day virtual conference here.
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