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You Have Something to Say: Your PD friends want to hear--or read--it!

November 5, 2020


Reserve Your Square

As a PDC member, you are a goldmine of information. Why not share it? Or start a dialogue? Or let people know you're thinking about what they're thinking about?

The PDC Blog is the perfect place for you to write about what's on your mind. With your help, the blog will be a wealth of institutional knowledge--a library of support, ideas, stories, answers, and connection.

Join Trusted Advisor Kiko Korn in a fun, interactive webinar that will help you go from idea to publication. She’ll share tips for brainstorming topics, finding your voice, and drafting and editing your post. During these unprecedented times, we can all benefit from one another’s experience and knowledge. Sign up now to help make the PDC Blog a place of collaboration and inspiration!

Learn more about our presenter:

Kiko Korn - is the founder of Legal Writing Works (LWW), a consulting firm that provides in-house writing workshops and one-on-one coaching for lawyers, law students, and other professionals across the country. Each year, Kiko helps hundreds of associates and partners improve their written communication—from complex appellate briefs to emails with clients. She also works with patent agents, PD and HR professionals, and anyone else who wants to communicate more effectively in writing.

Before founding LWW, Kiko was an adjunct professor of Legal Writing and Advocacy at the USC Gould School of Law. As a practicing attorney, she served as a senior deputy city attorney at the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office and as a deputy attorney general in the California Attorney General’s Office (Criminal Division). Kiko also worked for an international law firm and clerked for the Honorable John Webb of the North Carolina Supreme Court. She wrote about her clerkship in “The Last Opinion,” which was published in 2009 in Reaching the Bar: Stories of Women at All Stages of Their Law Careers.