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Lawyer’s Survival Guide to Working at a Law Firm

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 »

The Versatile Law Degree

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 »

It’s Who You Know: The Magic of Networking

It’s Who You Know is a book by Cynthia Chin-Lee, a graduate of Harvard University, about networking. A copy of this book is available in Career Services. The book is essentially a guide on how to expand personal and business contacts through networking in person and on the Internet. It highlights the importance of networking  Continue Reading »


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 »

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