Michael Best & Friedrich LLP is a full service law firm with more than 230 lawyers who provide clients with the exceptional legal service and business acumen that have defined their firm for generations. On September 28th, Michael Best’s administrators and legal team will offer professional development services to veterans across the Chicago area through their annual “Best Efforts Day” program.
Whether you’re a recent graduate, seasoned professional looking to make a career change, recent or soon-to-be-vet looking for your first job outside of the service, or simply looking to update your resume, the attorneys and administrators can help. Through one-on-one reviews, the Michael Best team will assist in developing resumes, cover letters, or a variety of professional services to help you become a stand-out candidate.
Giving back to local, regional, and national organizations is central to Michael Best’s identity and culture. The firm’s “Best Efforts Day” program was created as a fun and meaningful way for Michael Best employees to pay it forward. To learn more about our continued commitment, visit www.michaelbest.com.
What To Wear :
Business Casual Attire
What To Bring :
A copy of your resume, cover letter, a list of pertinent experience and something to take notes
(To Be Confirmed)
Inclement Weather Plan :
Its all indoors, so we are helping you come rain or shine.
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