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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: August 2012
Is there an interview on your horizon? If so, make sure take a common sense approach to making a good impression by utilizing three essential P’s: preparedness, positive attitude and professionalism. There won’t be much you can add to your … Continue reading
Don’t believe the hype. While LinkedIn profiles are a great tool (and necessary in today’s market), online profiles are not a substitute for an actual resume. It finally happened. After asking for a resume I was directed to an online … Continue reading
I met with someone the other day who had just lost his job. I was really surprised that, nearly one week after he left his firm, he didn’t have a resume put together. The time to update your resume is … Continue reading
I recently read an article written by the CEO of a company who said that she, on principal, won’t hire someone with a single typographical error in their resume or cover letter. Indeed, this company requires everyone who works there … Continue reading