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Tom Pack Authors Article on Networking Tips for Introverted Attorneys for DRI's Raising the Bar Newsletter

November 4, 2019

Tom Pack, attorney in Maslon's Litigation Group, has authored an article titled, "Connections Matter: Networking Tips for Introverted Attorneys," for the Defense Research Institute's (DRI) Raising the Bar newsletter—the newsletter of DRI's Young Lawyers Committee. In the article, Tom offers helpful tips for introverted attorneys on how they can strengthen their own networks, including through virtual networking, joining a board, and finding alternative venues for in-person networking.

To read the full article, go to: "Connections Matter: Networking Tips for Introverted Attorneys."

Tom represents businesses in product liability matters, intellectual property disputes, internal investigations, and in other complex business litigation. He helps clients navigate all stages of the litigation process throughout many forums, including federal and state courts, mediation, and arbitration. Tom has extensive experience with discovery, including complicated eDiscovery, and has prepared successful dispositive motions in several matters. He also maintains an active pro bono practice in the civil rights and immigration law fields, with an emphasis on representing LGBTQ+ asylum seekers.

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