We are the sum of our experiences, for better or worse. This becomes clearer as you enter the world of employment.
Three important takeaways from a summer work term that can be applied to life in law school.
Law schools must focus on attributes, not just skills, for a new generation to thrive in tumultuous times.
The onus will fall on students to take ownership of their careers as the landscape shifts for legal talent, and there is no shortage of opportunity.
Although there is no one sure-fire way to land a position, there are some tips to help best prepare for an interview.
How does a young lawyer develop tools to navigate this new legal landscape and become a rainmaker?
The sooner you start, the more opportunities you will create for yourself in your career.
The legal industry is more exciting and dynamic than ever, with technology bringing about rapid change in the practice of law as well as new opportunities.
Change and opportunity are flip sides of a coin. The best way to adapt to change is to be positioned for the opportunities it produces.
Grads can often bypass lower value roles and move straight into the more interesting work they’ve been freed to do—practice law.
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