Read our blog posts for advice on legal recruitment and management, as well as insights into legal careers, salaries and job trends.
Resumania™: Good Resume Writers Are Fastidious About Figures
Words make up the vast majority of the content in your resume. But numbers feature prominently too. There’s no way to write a good resume without both.
Resumania™: Don’t Try Lying on a Resume
Let’s be clear, lying on a resume is bad. Very bad. You never want to misrepresent your skills or experience when applying for a new position. It’s easier than ever for hiring managers to uncovering the true information. And once they do, your chances of landing the job will disappear.
Resumania™: Watch Every Word When Writing a Resume
When writing a resume, the spell-check function can be your best friend. But don’t rely on it entirely. As we all know, it won’t catch every error. In particular, it’s unlikely to flag a word that is spelled correctly but used incorrectly.
Resumania™: Writing Cover Letters Is Key
Is writing cover letters important? Uh, yeah, it is! Ninety-one percent of executives polled by Robert Half said cover letters are valuable when evaluating job candidates.
Client Service, Changing Demographics Among Top Trends Affecting Legal Profession
Television and radio personality, Dick Clark, once said, “I don’t set trends. I just find out what they are and exploit them.” That’s advice worth heeding if you want to remain competitive and, ultimately, profitable in today’s legal marketplace.