Pittsburgh Divorce Attorney Alyssa R. Angotti Advises Young Lawyers on the Benefits of Smart Networking
June 13, 2018 | In the News
Extracurriculars should not take a back seat once you get a desk and a 401(k) plan. Professional organizations, interest groups, boards and legal publications are extracurricular opportunities that will help young attorneys to establish their names in the community, and inevitably, referrals will follow.
Pittsburgh divorce attorney Alyssa R. Angotti, an associate attorney at Pollock Begg Komar Glasser & Vertz LLC, addressed the benefits of involvement in legal organizations for young attorneys in a recent article in The Legal Intelligencer.
Angotti’s article provides useful tips to help busy young lawyers make the most of their time and network strategically
Angotti joined Pollock Begg in 2015. Her practice spans all areas of family law including complex equitable distribution and support cases involving business valuation. As a member of the Pennsylvania and Allegheny County bar associations as well as the ACBA Young Lawyer’s Division, Angotti is an active participant in the Pittsburgh legal community. She firmly believes being an engaged member of legal organizations is a lawyer’s responsibility to the advancement of the profession.