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- Seeing Spots: QR Codes Do Not Belong On Legal Resumes
- Silence Is NOT Golden: Why Don’t Candidates Ask Questions?
- The All-Important Thank You Note
- Working With An Attorney Recruiter: Know Where Your Resume Is Going.
- 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.
Monthly Archives: February 2012
Look at any job posting or legal resume and there is sure to be something mentioned about having excellent communication skills. Everyone wants it. Every resume says that you have it. What is it? In short, it’s thinking before you … Continue reading
In what is sure to be an ongoing discussion here at LegalResumeReview, here are a few things that we see every day that you should remove from your legal resume: “References Available On Request”; A career objective section. We know … Continue reading
As simple as it seems, a cover letter serves the purpose of introducing an applicant to a potential employer and, at a minimum, should identify the job that interests you. Ideally, the cover letter will pique enough curiousity that the … Continue reading
One of the lead stories in this week’s Wall Street Journal was a piece by Jennifer Smith on law firm growth through lateral hiring. While this is more bad news for entry-level attorneys, it shows that there is still tremendous … Continue reading