Two things—your time and the power of yes—will go a long way in creating a reputation for yourself that will attract business and future referrals.
Do you find networking at an event or conference terribly uncomfortable? If so, that’s because, let’s face it, networking is too much work.
Oh, and did we mention that there’s a new Career Advice Series next week?
It’s still a buyer’s market, so if you’re trying to switch jobs, this is not the time to make blunders in the interview process.
Lawyers have marketable skills. We possess a skill set and an array of talents that are actually in high demand by many businesses. Let’s see how.
You’ve just gotten word that you’re being laid off–an all too common occurrence in the volatile world of legal employment. So what do you do now?
We’ve made it through our second week! Check out what happened in this week’s recap.
In case you missed it, check out William Henderson’s cover article, “What the jobs are: New tech and client needs create a new field of legal operations”, from the October issue of the ABA Journal.
It’s been a busy week at ABA Legal Career Central. See what happened in our weekly recap.
Resumes and cover letters are the key to sparking the interest of potential employers.