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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: April 2012
The much-scrutinized AM LAW 100 list was released this morning and, while many assume that this list remains stagnant with only minor changes, this year FOUR firms catapulted into the top-100 list. Barnes & Thornburg, with their aggressive growth and … Continue reading
Want to increase your odds of finding a job? Use every resource available to you, which means stepping outside of the bounds of replying to job postings and start taking some proactive measures. Relying solely on publications and websites for … Continue reading
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and detailed in The Am Law Daily, the growth in legal sector jobs has reversed course. After two straight months of job growth, March numbers show a loss of 1,300 legal-related jobs. … Continue reading