Monday, September 30, 2013
Getting a job is uppermost in nearly every law student's mind. But many students do not grasp how law professors can help the job search, and many law professors do not know how to advocate for students. An essay in the The National Jurist on point encourages students to use their resources well. Of course, legal writing professors make excellent references for students, because we know our students and their skill sets, and we know how to write effective letters or advocate in person or on the phone for our students.
hat tip: Sarah Ricks