Just say no to “seasoned” … unless you are, in fact, cooking. While there is a place for adjectives on a resume or profile, few are as likely to create negative connotation as “seasoned.” The intent is to imply that you have tremendous experience or are battle tested, but it comes across as potentially too senior for a particular role.
Be careful of using subjective adjectives. Anything self-congratulatory and conclusory can sound overly self-serving and your resume should be more focused on objective facts. Let your accomplishments demonstrate your value.
If you have broad experience, describe the specific areas of experience in detail. No one wants a generalist unless it’s their doctor!
As a lawyer, especially a partner-level attorney, don’t spend time discussing your illustrious high school career. Hopefully you’ve done plenty of things that are far more recent, relevant and compelling.
Describing your experience by ending with the word “etc.” makes it sound like you were too lazy to finish your thought. Rather, you should say that you worked on specific matters, including x, y and z.