Wednesday, March 27, 2013
There's nothing especially earth-shattering here for experienced legal job-hunters though 1L's who are engaged in their first ever search for a bona fide summer legal job may find the advice especially helpful. It's a column from the Employment Insider on last minute tips for law students hoping to snare a summer internship. Among the recommendations are to check out public interest funding, look into doing an internship for academic credit if you can't find a paying gig and generally network your ass off by talking to your school's alums, your profs, and attending every school-sponsored job panel you can. Click here for the skinny on Last-minute job search tips.