You’ve filled out countless applications, sweated through stressful interviews, and now you’ve finally scored a legal job offer. Here are four points to consider before accepting.
Many job seekers get tripped up when it comes to projecting a professional online image. In today’s digital-driven world, here are some do’s and don’ts to remember as you embark on your search for your next legal position:
Conflict in the workplace is inevitable. For a legal manager, quickly and proactively dealing with conflicts in the workplace is essential. Here are four strategies that can help resolve and diffuse conflicts among legal staff members.
Thanks to the slowly but surely recovering economy, demand for new attorneys is on the rise.If you are a new attorney looking to get your foot in the door at any number of excellent firms, here are four skills and areas of expertise that might give you a leg up on the competition in today’s legal hiring environment:
Despite hopeful employment indications, it’s still crucial that students do what they can while pursuing their law degree to strengthen their employment opportunities upon graduation. It makes sense for students to start developing skills and professional experience for their legal resume long before they apply for their first legal job. Here are five tips that law school students can use to ramp up their resumes to enhance future legal employment prospects: