To compete in today's tight job market, you need up-to-date, reliable information on how to manage this phase of your legal career. This thorough guideadivided into short, specific sections that touch on what you'll need to do before your new job hunt, while you're looking, as you're sitting in the interview, once you've gotten an offer, and everything in betweenacovers everything you need to know.Professors are not, however, the best references for more experienced job- seekers; employers usually prefer references who can address your work experience. ac Professional co-workers. These are not as good as supervisors. However, there may be circumstances in which, for a variety of reasons, no supervisors are available to you. While avoidance of supervisors as references raises at least a partialanbsp;...
|Title||:||Managing Your Legal Career|
|Author||:||Richard Lee Hermann|
|Publisher||:||American Bar Association - 2010|