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Secrets to Writing Top Exam Answers

The Eight Secrets of Top Exam Performance in Law School is a book authored by law professor Charles H. Whitebread. This simple and straightforward resource describes a step-by-step procedure for approaching a traditional law school essay exam question. A copy of this book is available in the Career Development Office. Before the book reveals its  Continue Reading »

Finding a Career to Match Your Personality

Career Match, written by Shoya Zichy and Ann Bidou, is a book that helps a person identify his or her individual personality type and find careers that match it. A copy of this resource is available in the Career Development Office. The book is effective only if the reader utilizes the self-assessment at the outset,  Continue Reading »

Federal District Court Law Clerk Handbook

Are you curious about being a law clerk?  If so, the Federal District Court Law Clerk Handbook By Calvert G. Chipchase may answer many of your questions.  This is a great resource regardless of your level of knowledge about the Federal Courts.  The handbook starts off giving a general overview of the U.S. court system,  Continue Reading »

Careers in International Law

For students interested in practicing law internationally, Careers in International Law: A Guide to Career Paths in International Law, produced by the American Society of International Law, is a good starting point for learning more about what opportunities exist and how to pursue them. A copy of this book is available in the Career Development  Continue Reading »

Etiquette Advice for the Professional World

With the help of The Etiquette Edge: The Unspoken Rules for Business Success, a book by Beverly Langford, readers learn the ins and outs of business etiquette that will help improve relationships, advance their careers, and avoid awkward situations in the workplace. A copy of this resource is available in the Career Development Office. The  Continue Reading »

The Versatile Law Degree

The NEW What Can You Do with a Law Degree?, authored by Larry Richard & Tanya Hanson, is a book that provides job seekers with a process for finding the job most satisfying for his or her individual identity. A copy of this resource is available in the Career Development Office. The book begins with  Continue Reading »

Establishing a Law Practice in a Small Town or Rural Area

Becoming a Rural Lawyer: A Personal Guide to Establishing a Small Town Practice, authored by Bruce Cameron and available in the Career Development Office, is a book that offers advice about establishing and operating a firm in a small town. The resource is broken up into four sections, and each one discusses a different aspect  Continue Reading »