Mishell Kneeland gives CLE Webinar through Austin Bar Association on cultivating a proactive mindset to show value to clients

Culhane Meadows’ Austin office partner Mishell Kneeland is scheduled to give a CLE webinar through the Austin Bar Association on demonstrating value to clients and firms in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In Mishell’s own words: “To be a good lawyer you have to always be asking, ‘How do I deliver the best service to my clients no matter what the circumstances are?’ … this [COVID-19 pandemic] is really going to give people an opportunity to show what they can do and how they can help a lot of their clients who are really hurting right now.”

Additional information and registration for this webinar can be found here.


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