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How to Get a Legal Job: A Guide for New Attorneys and Law Students

For students seeking practical advice and tips for applying for legal jobs, How to Get a Legal Job: A Guide for New Attorneys and Law School Students, by Shauna C. Bryce, provides a helpful starting point. A copy of this book is available in the Career Development Office. The first chapter of the book lays  Continue Reading »

Working as a Freelance Attorney

In The Independence Track: How to Succeed as a Freelance Attorney, Marina Modlin offers firsthand advice on making a temporary or permanent career out of performing legal services for other lawyers and firms. In Part One, the author gives a general introduction to the world of freelance legal work and how her business model varies  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 »

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 »

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Creating a Satisfying Career

In The Creative Lawyer: A Practical Guide to Authentic Professional Satisfaction, author and career coach Michael Melcher guides readers through an interactive process to create the greatest level of satisfaction possible from their careers. A copy of this resource is available in the Career Development Office. As the author makes clear at the outset, this  Continue Reading »