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An open letter to those who didn’t graduate from Harvard Law School. Sell your abilities and don’t focus on the “blemishes” on your resume.
I get it. You went to a law school that isn’t causing the employers to beat down your door. Or maybe you have an ominous gap in your resume. Or maybe you have some other blemish on your resume. My … Continue reading
The economic downtown has certainly hit the legal market hard. People have lost jobs and job openings are still in short supply. There is no denying that has been a challenging time. However, the downturn has also forced attorneys to reevaluate … Continue reading
When you look at law firm websites, sometimes it’s really hard to distinguish one firm from another. There’s a stylized logo, a list of practice areas, attorney biographies, some client testimonials and a running list of accolades or media links. … Continue reading
Are you beholden to other attorneys for supplying your work? Do you wish that you had more control over your practice? Would you like more options for a change in employment? Not surprisingly, the key is building your own client … Continue reading