Monthly Archives: October 2013

The importance of perspective: How recruiters can manage job seekers’ & employers’ perception of the process.

The old cliché is that you should think about a problem from the perspective of the other side to gain a full understanding of the situation.  Nowhere is that more true than in a job search/hiring situation.  Too often deals … Continue reading

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Time to switch law firms?

When is the best time to switch firms if you are a practicing attorney considering a move?  Although there is no hard and fast rule, the window of opportunity for associates to move typically falls in the range of 3-6 … Continue reading

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Hiring vs. Recruiting Explained

  At the risk of sounding like a broken record and quoting from my favorite business author/philosopher Seth Godin yet again, here is what Seth has to say about the difference between recruiting and simply hiring: Hiring is what you … Continue reading

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Switching law firms might be the key to partnership

The Am Law Daily recently posted an interesting article citing statics that the majority of associates who made partner in 2013 started their career at different law firms – see below for a link to the article.  This really flies … Continue reading

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