94 - Job Talk: Anel Coetzee on Working as a Legal Practitioner

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In today’s episode Lois speaks with Anel Coetzee, a legal practitioner who is visually impaired.

Anel speaks openly and honestly about her experiences looking for, finding and transitioning into work, first as a practicing attorney, and then shifting into the corporate world where she currently works as a legal advisor.

This is a valuable episode for anyone considering the legal field, studying towards a law degree, and anyone working in human resources or recruitment in the industry. Anel shares several useful ideas for students and candidate attorneys throughout the show that may also be useful for people looking for employment in other industries.

Reach out to Anel at:
e-mail: Coetzee.anel@gmail.com
Blog: https://www.facebook.com/alifeafterblindness?mibextid=LQQJ4d
SAVI Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/621093669393207

I’d love to hear from you – contact me at
Web: https://www.loisstrachan.com/
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/lstrachan
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This episode edited by Craig Strachan using Hindenburg PRO – find out more on Hindenburg.com
Credits and music by Charlie Dyasi of Naledi Media.
12 Dec 2023 English South Africa Society & Culture · Non-Profit

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