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Ken Landau: Law You Should Know, Talks with Shari Davidson About Finding & Changing Jobs

Ken Landau is the host of the “Law You Should Know”. He talks with Shari Davidson, CPC, the President of On Balance Search Consultants, who offers advice on finding and changing jobs.

About Law You Should Know
Ken Landau’s show, “Law You Should Know” is broadcast by WHPC 90.3 FM from the Nassau Community College Radio Station.

Ken Landau is one of “Long Island’s Top Legal Eagles” (Personal Injury Law) designated by Long Island Pulse Magazine (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013). He is a two-time recipient of President’s Award, Nassau County Bar Association. Past Dean, Nassau Academy of Law.

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About On Balance Search
On Balance offers great insight and industry intelligence. Shari Davidson, president of On Balance Search Consultants, advises experienced attorneys at every stage of their career to take them to the next level. From making the lateral partner move to succession planning.

Shari takes a proactive approach to advising law firms on how to take a firm to the next level and helps rising talent make the transition to the right law firm. On Balance Search identifies opportunities that exist today, not down the road.

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Ms. Davidson, a highly skilled human resources executive with over 20 years’ experience that specializes in finding top talent in the legal community. Shari has placed lateral partner attorneys, as well as group acquisitions & law firm mergers and has assisted several prominent clients in recruiting lateral associates, paralegals and internal professional administrative positions.