Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Career Advice for Law Students and New Lawyers: A Roundtable Discussion

The new issue of the ABA's Law Practice Today webzine has a great roundtable article chockful of great career advice for law students and new lawyers. Wendy Werner put together the article, called "Career Advice for Law Students and New Lawyers: A Roundtable Discussion." Contributor's include Kathleen Brady, Nancy Caver, Grover Cleveland, and Legal Skills Prof Blog's own Dennis Kennedy. 

Topics include job search tips, what to do if you initially can't find a job, learning to network, dealing with debt, and considering the option of opening your own firm. It's very high-quality advice, presented in an accessible and conversational style. A must-read.

(dk)

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/legal_skills/2011/04/career-advice-for-law-students-and-new-lawyers-a-roundtable-discussion.html

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Comments

Dealing with debt.... Sounds about right. The price of law school is outrageous considering it doesn't help you pass the bar or even how to practice law in the real world.

Posted by: Lansing Personal Injury Attorney | Nov 27, 2011 6:56:03 PM

I really enjoyed reading this article it really does give some good inforamtion!

Posted by: career advice | Apr 11, 2011 8:50:05 PM

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