Thanks again to Towson University Career Center for inviting me to participate as a panelist in this year’s College of Liberal Arts Career Symposium. I […]
Judges and lawyers have been complaining for years that law school students are not practice ready, and therefore require expensive and time-consuming on-the-job training. Law […]
Yes, you should seek advice from people in the know before deciding among multiple job offers.
No, you should not do so publicly.
“Asking for career advice […]
I’ve had many clients trying to make the leap from senior in-house counsel to general counsel. But that leap into your very first general counsel […]
As social media continues to change the hiring process, lawyers and other employees may be pressured to put their networks to use for hiring committees […]
[Note: I recently had a respiratory infection, which reminded me of watching a Kitchen Nightmares marathon several years ago.]
I was sick for a few days […]
We all have our own financial realities, and the truth is that law school (and college) debt can push attorneys away from public interest work […]
The DC Bar Association’s Washington Lawyer recently interviewed Laurie Chamberlin, the brand president of Special Counsel, about the legal staffing and recruiting firm’s recent “Legal […]
I’ve seen a lot of resumes and cover letters in my day, and a recurring idea job candidates have is to put their contact information […]