Law firms expect stagnant growth or layoffs over the next three years, yet most recent law school graduates believe they will find new attorney positions immediately or within six months of graduation. And when they begin their job search, newly minted lawyers are more confident about their abilities than are the attorneys who hire them…
Do law schools properly prepare students for the reality of day-to-day legal practice? The consensus – from recent graduates to veteran practitioners – appears to be no. However, some law schools are trying new approaches to providing practical training to future lawyers, and are finding ideas and inspiration from current practitioners.
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Transitioning from law school into your job as a lawyer is no easy task. But there is help! ABA’s Young Lawyers Division checked with the experts – other lawyers – for advice on how to ace your first year.