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How to Boost Your On-the-Job HappinessA recent study found that on-the-job happiness starts looking dire at age 35. One in six workers aged 35-54 said they were unhappy at work. So if you find yourself unhappy at work, what can you do about it?
Why You Need a Legal MentorWhether you’re a recent law school graduate or a seasoned attorney, there will be times you need professional guidance. While your legal education and internships helped develop the necessary technical skills, for consistent career advancement and support, it’s important to have a career mentor.
How to Survive Your First Job After Law School
Congratulations! You endured three grueling years of law school. After that, several bleak months studying for the bar. And all of your hard work has finally paid off!
Resume Tips from a Recruiter
Whatever your career ambitions, preparing an exceptional summary of your credentials is always a prudent first step.
Overcome the Guilt that Keeps you in the Wrong Job
How many hours do you work each week? 50? 60? More?
7 Tips for Transitioning from Law Firm to In-house Counsel
Considering a move from a law firm to an in-house counsel role?
How to Boost Gender Equality in the Legal Profession
In honor of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, we’re proud to launch an #IBelongHere campaign. Women leaders belong in the boardroom, the courtroom and everywhere else.
The Cream of the Crop, The Top of the Heap: What Are Law Firms Really Looking for in Summer Associates?
In the last of our three-part series on how law students can best position themselves for summer internships, we go straight to the lawyers and firms that interview candidates vying for those coveted positions.
Tapping Into The Legal Job Market To Reach Key Talent
Today’s legal job market is complex. While some areas are saturated with professionals with specific skill sets, other areas have a high demand for those same professionals, including paralegals and legal assistants.