Article | Don’t start your job search by reaching for the closest life-preserver, start your job search now by flourishing where you’re at, building your professional network, keeping tabs of your accomplishments, and knowing what you’re looking for.
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.
If you’re a law student, a massive new resource just launched at http://abaforlawstudents.com. Here’s an overview from ABA Law Student Division Chair Fabiani Duarte.
Oh, and did we mention that there’s a new Career Advice Series next week?
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?
You’re anticipating graduating and passing the bar, and you’re ready to find a job. Here are tips for your job search.
Your online presence may now be the first impression you make on others. Are you putting yourself in the best position?
Casey Berman (Leave Law Behind) offers six tips on how to approach the job search process.
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”.
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.