Mintz Levin associates set for etiquette classes
US firm Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo has taken the unusual step of introducing a formal etiquette training programme for its associates, in a bid to ramp up the social skills of its junior lawyers. The one-day course, which was piloted in the firm's Boston office last year and is set to be rolled out across all its domestic offices, will put associates through their paces on a range of issues they might encounter when wining and dining clients.
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