March 2, 2011
Resume Writing for Older Attorneys
For the seasoned attorney, a resume will have a different format than it would for the newly minted lawyer. For example, while the novice’s resume would lead off with the lawyer’s educational record, the experienced lawyer would lead off with job experience in order to sell his or her expertise.
In 2009, Law.com presented a short article on resume strategies for the older attorney written by legal search consultants Valerie Fontaine and Roberta Kass. They offer a combined chronological and functional method of organization. Helpful advice.
March 2, 2011 | Permalink
The Internet is littered with millions of articles that give you tips on how to make your resume stand out. Many of them actually contain good information. Some of them tell us about how your resume should appear. Others talk about the various formats of resume, such as functional, chronological, and the like. Still others tell us that we need to use action words to make our resume sound good. Learn more:
Posted by: jobseeker | Mar 9, 2011 2:29:14 AM