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Excellence in the Workplace

Have a question about what being a practicing attorney is like?  Excellence in the Workplace: Legal and Life Skills, by Kay Kavanagh and Paula Nailon, has information about a little bit of everything related to being a lawyer – from overcoming shyness, to how adults learn information, to salary negotiation.  It is divided into thirty  Continue Reading »

Martindale

Hi guys! For those of you who have not used Martindale before an interview, I implore you to try it. Martindale allows you to learn more about specific lawyers and law firms and is run by LexisNexis. There are a couple of different methods that can be used on this site in order to find  Continue Reading »

How to “Maximize Your Lawyer Potential”

Succeeding in Today’s Job Market

Job Quest for Lawyers

The Opportunity Maker

You want to be a “rainmaker.”  Rainmaking is the practice of generating business for yourself as an attorney, and creating opportunities to further your legal career.  In today’s legal market, forming connections with people is vital.  This book, “The Opportunity Maker” by Ari L. Kaplan, is a great tool to help you find ways to create  Continue Reading »

101 Great Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions

Hey guys! Its the last week of classes! Since this will be my very last blog post I want to say that it has been a pleasure to research resources and share them with you all. This week’s review is on another resource that both students and young lawyers can use. It is a book  Continue Reading »