If you’ve been laid off or let go, get some practical tips on how to conduct your job search and how to handle interviews going forward.
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.
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.
ABA Legal Career Central’s Kathy Morris answers questions offline, submitted during our September 2015 Career Advice Series, “Job Search Do’s and Don’ts”.
ABA Career Advice Series moderator Kathy Morris answers career questions every Monday on the Under Advisement website at www.underadvisement.com. Q: Are there common mistakes people make in interviews? A: Aside from the obvious ones like being late, calling the person the wrong name, having your phone ring, using inappropriate language, or talking out of turn […]
Tune in to learn how to effectively communicate your value to a potential employer during an interview and turn pointed questions into opportunities to shine. Don’t miss this chance to have a law firm hiring partner and a legal search professional coach you on how to interview wisely and well.
Find out how to distinguish yourself from other candidates in an interview with the right questions and answers.
Hone your job search and interviewing strategy from any stage in your career. You’ll get tips from start to finish on your cover letter, resume, and interview process.