Being a lawyer gives you a lot of scope to socialize with people, whether it's in large gatherings or a one-to-one meeting in a coffee house. Whichever case you're involved in, think about all of your mannerisms before you head out to network with high profile clients and other accomplished superiors of your field at cocktail parties, dinners, and coffee meetings. Although the current trend of virtual meetings and online networking has reduced the number of personal interactions and meetings up to a large extent, the good old basics of networking with people and building contacts is still robust. To build on your etiquette as a lawyer, check out this quick list of everything you need to know about networking etiquette:

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