Monthly Archives: February 2014

Improve Your Job Prospects

Want to increase your odds of finding a job?  Use every resource available to you, which means stepping outside of the bounds of replying to job postings and start taking some proactive measures. Relying solely on publications and websites for … Continue reading

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The bottom line: be a problem solver.

A lawyer, whether in a law firm or an in house legal department, has many tasks, but only one true goal: to be a problem solver for their clients.  When you strip away the business façade of a firm or … Continue reading

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Keep Your Resume Current and Relevant

Your resume is typically the first point of communication with a potential employer and arguably the most important.  Your resume forms the initial impression an employer has about you and can determine whether or not you get the chance to … Continue reading

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Email Communications – some considerations.

We live in an age when communicating with potential employers by email is inevitable.  There are a few things you should think about before engaging in electronic chatter with a potential employer.  Here are my top 10 email communication rules … Continue reading

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