Melinda Sellers, Panelist for The Business of Being a Lawyer

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Burr & Forman LLP Birmingham-based Partner, Melinda E. Sellers, was a panelist for The Business of Being a Lawyer seminar presented by the University of Alabama School of Law. The CLE seminar was held on December 5, 2014 from 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at the Embassy Suites Hoover Hotel in Birmingham, AL. Melinda will be a panelist on the topic of "The ABCs of EQ."

According to CLE Alabama, "This informative and engaging seminar will focus on: (1) economic trends in the legal market place and what these trends mean for lawyers, (2) personal financial planning basics for lawyers, (3) Emotional Intelligence (EQ) issues such as using one's strengths, dealing with stress, balancing one's personal and professional lives, maintaining resilience in the face of hardship, etc., (4) practical tips on how to survive and thrive in the legal marketplace of the future, including implementing viable business models for one's practice, effective use of technology, efficient networking in bar associations, and publishing advantages and opportunities for practicing attorneys."

For more information or to register for The Business of Being a Lawyer, please click here.

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