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White Label Affiliate Network

With White Label Affiliate Program, advertisers are promoted by publishers. Get relevant traffic with our use friendly analytics tools and tested offers. The best way to make profit online is with white label affiliate program at White Label Affiliate Network. Get user friendly analytics tools with flexible deal structure. White label affiliate program with a White Label Affiliate Network for flexible deal structure. Use our network of global affiliates to increase your reach, sales & ROI on marketing.

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AlanaDVida

White Label Affiliate Network Reviews

Best White Label Affiliate Network's team is on the ground, literally, which gives a unique perspective of the current white label affiliate program and allows to advise clients more effectively.

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Linaya

2017 Ms. JD Honors Awardees Spotlight Series: 5 Q&A with Jessica Brown

Jessica Brown 2017 Ms. JD Sharing Her Passion Award The following questions were formulated based on Jessica's profile. 1. Since joining your firm, Gibson Dunn, in 1995, you have been a frequent author and lecturer on gender, diversity, and leadership issues. You are currently a member of the firm's Diversity Committee, and you served on the firmwide Professional Development Committee for 13 years. When and why did you decided to speak on such topics and be involved on those Committees? When I joined the firm in 1995, about 13 percent of equity partners at all major law firms were women. In 2005,…

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Linaya

2017 Ms. JD Honors Awardees Spotlight Series: 5 Q&A with Knight, Morris & Reddick (KMR) Law Group

Knight, Morris & Reddick (KMR) Law Group 2017 Ms. JD Women's Strength in Numbers Award   1. How did you come about opening an all African-American female attorney law practice?  KMR came to be because the three of us each have entrepreneurial spirits and wanted to own and operate a business on our own terms. Yondi mentioned the concept of starting a practice and I was completely on board. She and Jessica had been having conversations around starting a business, so the three of us met to discuss.  As far as the fact that the practice is owned by all…

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SylviaKohl

Female Attorneys: How to Divorce Life from Work

Legal profession is by no means a relaxed walk in the park. Yes, it is among the most challenging and thus fulfilling walks of life – but the constant pressure of both acute competition in this field ­and difficult cases can run one into the ground if not handled properly. Such risk is especially grave for female attorneys, as, firstly, women have to work harder to meet the rigid traditionally predefined standards of the profession, and secondly, because they are naturally inclined to greater emotional involvement with the case at hand. Let’s see how a lady attorney can safely sail…

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Linaya

2017 Ms. JD Honors Awardees Spotlight Series: 5 Q&A with Daissy Dominguez

Daissy Dominguez 2017 Ms. JD Woman of Inspiration Award The following questions were formulated based on Daissy's profile. 1. Why did you decide to open your own practice, Dominguez Legal Justice Center, LLC (DLJC), as opposed to work for an already established public interest organization or law firm? When I started law school my intentions were to work for a legal aid organization serving low and moderate income communities. I spent my entire law school career interning and volunteering with legal aid organizations. I became a lawyer to be able to have the knowledge and tools to support our communities. When I…

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michaelzhou

In What Ways Does A Person Commit Contempt of Court?

The sanctity of courts must be respected while criticizing their decisions, but there is a thin line between criticism and contempt. So an individual must avoid indulging in a practice that could amount to contempt. In such circumstances, the courts have to initiate actions against such individuals because their behavior seems to demean the court rulings. The gradual process of development of laws governing contempt of court has provided judge's discretionary powers to determine what constitutes contempt and how to interpret it. However, judges do perform a coordinated analysis of the actions of an individual that they consider as danger…

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KatieDay

Talking “Ladder Down” with Author, Lauren Stiller Rickleen

This week I sat down with Lauren Stiller Rikleen to chat about her newest book, "Ladder Down:  Success Strategies For Lawyers From Women Who Will Be Hiring, Reviewing, And Promoting You." Lauren shared her perspective on the legal profession, and what lawyers (especially female lawyers) can do to promote their success. Before I jump into the Q&A, let me give you a little background. Lauren is a nationally recognized expert on developing a thriving, diverse and multigenerational workforce.  As President of the Rikleen Institute for Strategic Leadership, Lauren conducts workshops, speaks at conferences, retreats, and professional events, and provides training programs focusing on: strengthening multigenerational…

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Linaya

2017 Ms. JD Honors Awardees Spotlight Series: 5 Q&A with Liani Balasuriya

Liani Balasuriya 2017 Ms. JD Student of Inspiration Award The following questions were formulated based on Liani's profile. 1. What made you want to be involved in the Northwestern's Women's Leadership Coalition? I’ve been interested in women’s leadership issues since high school. I was the only woman on the executive board of my high school newspaper, and I believe being a woman affected how my peers perceived my leadership. I was also surprised by how few women ran for Student Council President. After graduating high school, I went to college in D.C. and volunteered at Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign headquarters…

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Linaya

2017 Ms. JD Honors Awardees Spotlight Series: 5 Q&A with NWLSO at the University of Puerto Rico

National Women Law Students’ Organization (NWLSO) - University of Puerto Rico School of Law  2017 Ms. JD Law School Chapter Award The following questions were formulated based on the NWLSO's profile. 1. NWLSO was founded in 2014 at the University of Puerto Rico School of Law. What was the unmet need behind the creation of such a wonderful organization? Our school has organizations for all sorts of interests and students are encouraged to propose and develop ideas for what they think will benefit communities or the student body. When we started, we had the vision of a network of support…

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