The latest in our Career Path Profile series highlights Andrew Ellsworth, Corporate Counsel at Yelp.
Archives for October 2015
Learn from our experts how lawyers can set themselves apart – in client conversations, contract negotiations or the courtroom, by speaking the language of business.
Resumes and cover letters are the key to sparking the interest of potential employers.
You’re anticipating graduating and passing the bar, and you’re ready to find a job. Here are tips for your job search.
Lori Gordon, Senior Counsel at Fairchild Law Offices in Chicago, is the latest in our Career Path Profile series.
Your online presence may now be the first impression you make on others. Are you putting yourself in the best position?
“You should network.” It probably ranks somewhere between “build your personal brand” and “start contributing 10 percent of your income to a 401(k) at age 22” among the things career experts tell us, presumably for our own good, that often just result in making us feel bad or inadequate. Here’s some advice from Adam Friedl.
Don’t wait to learn business fundamentals, financial literacy and industry context on the job. Pursue practical skills every chance you get in law school.
Casey Berman (Leave Law Behind) offers six tips on how to approach the job search process.
Of course, you’ve prepared for job interviews. But before you meet with any
prospective employer, be sure you’ve covered these eight bases.