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Top 5 Benefits of Working as an Interim AttorneyDirector of Legal Recruitment Hillary Ahearn shares some of the top benefits of working as an Interim Attorney.
Negotiating Your Salary 101You’ve successfully navigated the interview process and your dream job is within your reach. But it’s not over yet because now it is time to negotiate the offer. But, if you prepare, and take into consideration a few important factors when you enter “the room”, you can leave the negotiation knowing you represented yourself well. Learn more about how to negotiate your salary.
To Lateral or Not to Lateral – That is the Big QuestionYou have finally achieved the big goal! The goal of becoming a partner at your law firm. You have worked long hours, spent endless time on client development, lost sleep and questioned whether to stick with it or go in-house like many of your colleagues. All your hard work and time has paid off – but has it? You find yourself questioning whether your firm values the work you are bringing in and whether you would be happier or more profitable at another firm. What should you do?
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Why I Used My J.D. To Become a Legal RecruiterAfter years as a practicing attorney, I decided a law firm job wasn't for me. I became a legal recruiter, and it was the best decision I've made.
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Lateral Gracefully: How to Leave Your Current Firm
Have you ever “ghosted” at a social gathering? You know, just left a party or a bar without telling anyone you were going to leave?