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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 »

Establishing a Law Practice in a Small Town or Rural Area

Making the Right Moves for Successful Job Searches and Career Development

The Right Moves: Job Search and Career Development Strategies for Lawyers, produced by the National Association for Law Placement and authored by Valerie Fontaine, is a resource that provides a wide range of job-search and job-application advice to law students and attorneys. A copy of this resource is available in the Career Development Office. The  Continue Reading »

How to “Maximize Your Lawyer Potential”

The Happy Lawyer Handbook

Welcome back everyone! I hope that you all had an opportunity to relax and enjoy Spring Break.  Now that school is back in session, many of you are back to balancing school work and job hunting.  This week’s resource is another book and the title of it is “The Happy Lawyer Handbook” written by Mitchell  Continue Reading »

Dean Lisa Key – Doing What You Love

I was leaving the Law School the other night around 6:30 p.m. A law student who saw me commented that I was working a long day. It had been a long day, but it had also been a good day.  You see, I love what I do, and although some days are clearly better than  Continue Reading »