Network The Law

So you may thinking to yourself, “Do I really need to network? I’m just not good at it.” I’ve been there, I know how you feel.  I have felt the exact same way.  What I found over the years of building several businesses (and a law practice), though, is that it all comes down to having a winning formula.  That is what we are dedicated to helping you find: Your winning networking formula.

Network The Law is the seminar designed for law students and lawyers, dedicated to making networking effective and easy.  The Network The Law curriculum involves exercises in goal setting, planning, and charisma training in a concise message that will help you power your networking skills in the legal world.

Please e-mail to schedule a seminar today.

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“RC’s program was great. We have hired other consultants to come in and do networking programs for our students, but this one is different! He really gave them practical ways to put networking skills to use. His program was well organized and he kept referring back to his method and examples for how to apply it. Overall it provided the students with a great formula to put into use for real live networking opportunities. In the one hour they had some fun and learned a great deal too!”

Suzanne B. Patrick, Esq.
Director of Career Services
St. Mary’s University School of Law


“Network The Law sounded like a great opportunity to learn more about how to network. My biggest stressor at this point in my law school career is whether or not I will have a job when I graduate. Going into this event was something I felt would either mitigate my stress or magnify it. I was pleasantly surprised by the warmth of R.C. He spoke to me and my fellow law students as equals, which was a nice change from the usual stuffy lectures by tenured professors. Mr. Rondero de Mosier also made networking a very basic and attainable skill. He kept the students’ attention with his hands on approach and interactive exercises. I didn’t realize that networking was ultimately about self promotion. He showed us how to turn an aspect of ourselves into an opportunity to connect with potential employers or clients. I would recommend Mr. Rondero de Mosier’s seminars and events to any who is eager to learn how to secure a potential job opportunity or potential client; you will not be disappointed. I look forward to future events.”

Veronica Treviño
St. Mary’s University School of Law, Class of 2015