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Business Etiquette for Law Students

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    PRINT BOOKS:

    The Legal Job Interview by Clifford R. Ennico (1992)
    Location: Law Library, Reserve Collection
    Call Number: KF297 .E56 1992
    Highlights: Chapter 4 discusses interview etiquette, and Chapter 5 addresses dining etiquette.

    The Modern Rules of Business Etiquette by Donna Gerson & David Gerson (2008)
    Location: Law Library, 3rd Floor Stacks
    Call Number: HF5389 .G47 2008
    Highlights: The entire book addresses business etiquette in the context of the legal profession; Chapter 1 is devoted to “Interview Etiquette”.

    Emily Post's Etiquette by Peggy Post (17th ed. 2004)
    Location: Blackmore Library, Main Stacks
    Call Number: 395 P845e 2004
    Highlights: This encyclopedic book is dedicated to all types of general etiquette, with chapters on how to dress and groom (Chapter 5), dining etiquette (Chapters 23 and 24), and etiquette in the workplace (Chapters 43 and 44).

    Emily Post's The Etiquette Advantage in Business: Personal Skills for Professional Success by Peggy Post and Peter Post (2d ed. 2005)
    Location: Blackmore Library, Main Stacks
    Call Number: 395.52 P8456E
    Highlights: Part 2 is dedicated to etiquette in the workplace, Chapters 13-15 focus on dining etiquette, Chapter 19 deals with electronic communication, and Chapter 26 addresses interviewing etiquette.

    The Essential Guide to Business Etiquette by Lillian Hunt Chaney & Jeanette St. Clair Martin (2007)
    Location: Blackmore Library, Main Stacks
    Call Number: 395.52 C362e
    Highlights: Chapter 1 addresses interview etiquette, Chapter 5 deals with etiquette for electronic communications, and Chapter 8 focuses on dining etiquette.

    Etiquette and Modern Manners by Edward Cyster & Francesca Young (2008)
    Location: Blackmore Library, Main Stacks
    Call Number: 395 C993E
    Highlights: Chapter 4 addresses work etiquette and Chapter 10 deals with dining etiquette.

    The Image of Success: Make a Great Impression and Land the Job You Want by Lizandra Vega (2010)
    Location: Blackmore Library, Career Development
    Call Number: 650.14 V521
    Highlights: Chapter 12 addresses dining etiquette, and Chapter 19 provides tips on getting through the interview process.

     

    ELECTRONIC BOOKS:

    Power Etiquette: What You Don't Know Can Kill Your Career by Dana May Casperson (1999)
    Access this ebook here. 
    Highlights: Chapter 3 is devoted to dining etiquette, Chapter 5 deals with proper etiquette for a variety of electronic communications, and Chapter 7 includes a section on interviewing.

     

    BLOGS AND OTHER WEBSITES:

    Business Etiquette Blog – Lydia Ramsey: http://lydiaramsey.com/blog/ 

    E-Guides on E-Professionalism – NALP: https://www.nalp.org/eguides?s=social%20networking 

    The Emily Post Institute: http://emilypost.com/ 

    Etiquette Expert, Modern Manners & Leader in Business Etiquette – Diane Gottsman: http://dianegottsman.com/ 

    Interview Tips for Second-Year Law Students - Ian Fisher & Gene Endress, ABA Section of Litigation: https://www.americanbar.org/groups/litigation/pages/2017-2018-law-student-articles/interview-tips-for-2ls.html 

    Job-Interview-Wisdom.Com – Michael Petras: https://www.job-interview-wisdom.com/site-map.html 

    The Manners Blog – Modern Manners and Etiquette.com: http://www.modern-manners-and-etiquette.com/manners-blog.html 

    Mind Your Manners: Social Media Etiquette for Lawyers – Alexandra Savas, Rocket Lawyer: https://www.rocketlawyer.com/blog/mind-your-manners-social-media-etiquette-for-lawyers-916167 

    Professionalism and Business Etiquette Resources – GW Law Career Center: http://www.gwlawcareers.org/?page_id=12440 

    Things You Need to Know – Mary Crane & Associates: http://www.marycrane.com/things_you_need_to_know/ 

     

     

    Updated June 18, 2019.