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Career Resources

Looking to restart, expand, or develop your career skills? Then check out these DBA Career Resource programs.

Career Center

The Dallas Bar Association now offers our online Career Center open to attorneys who are new to the profession or looking to make a career transition, as well as job opportunities for other positions (paralegal, law firm administrator, legal secretary) available in the Dallas area legal community. Click here to get started.


DBA WE LEAD

DBA WE LEAD: Women Empowered to Lead in the Legal Profession is a leadership program designed to address the challenges of high-performing women who have practiced law for 8 to 15 years. The purpose of DBA WE LEAD is to address the unique challenges facing women in the legal profession; to empower, educate and uplift women lawyers to take an already successful law practice to new heights; and to prepare lawyers for active professional leadership within their law firm, the business community and the community at large. For more information, contact Judi Smalling.


Relaunch!

DBA RELAUNCH! is a program offering education and training for women lawyers interested in relaunching their career. This program will facilitate career exploration and provide the nuts and bolts for applying to jobs in a traditional or non-traditional legal setting. For more information, contact Kathryn Zack.


S.T.E.E.R

The DBA and Dallas Association of Young Lawyers (DAYL) are excited to launch STEER, a hybrid mentorship program that will focus on cultivating relationships and providing substantive and practical legal advice, through programming and mentoring groups, throughout 2021.

Young lawyers (1-3 years) and recent graduates are encouraged to apply.

Program participants are matched based on practice area, practice goals, and other criteria.

Mentors and mentees will meet in large and small groups several times throughout the year.

For more information, or to apply, click here.