Monday, June 23, 2008

Career Advice from Anthony D'Amato

One of our blog readers, Professor Anthony D'Amato of Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago, came across the post about my article on Practical Career Advice for Young International Lawyers: How to Build a Killer Resume, Network Effectively, Create Your Own Opportunities, and Live Happily Ever After, which was published in the ILSA Journal Damato_at_icty_2 of International & Comparative Law.  You can download a copy of that for free by clicking here, and then click on "Download this Document."

That article reminded Professor D'Amato of a piece he wrote earlier on career advice for law students who were particularly interested in careers in public international law.  He thought it might be useful for readers of this blog, and he thoughtfully provided a link to the article.  The article is classic D'Amato -- it is thoughtful, provocative, entertaining, well-written, and something you will certainly find yourself passing along to a student or lawyer interested in the field of public international law. Click here to read the article.  Enjoy.

Hat tip to Tony D'Amato.  The photo above is of Professor D'Amato acting as defense counsel at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.


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