Monthly Archives: August 2014

Sometimes it Takes a Little Perspective

Sometimes a little perspective is necessary to remind you what is truly important in life.  The birth of a child, the death of a friend, or anything that makes you pause just long enough appreciate or question your current situation … Continue reading

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Ten More Resume Tips From Your Friendly, Neighborhood Legal Recruiter

With the bar exam in the rear view mirror for most law school graduates, it’s time for many of those folks to put together a resume.  We see a fair amount of those resumes and see quite a few resume … Continue reading

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“I Applied Everywhere and Got No Response”

This week I had a candidate tell me that she had applied everywhere in the market and there are “obviously no jobs” in the market.  Indeed, she had sent out over 50 resumes, each addressed to the Hiring Partner.  For … Continue reading

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Negotiating Compensation – Timing is Everything

We are constantly amazed how many job applicants come into an interview determined to pin down compensation.  Although it doesn’t hurt to have a rough idea how much a position pays (you don’t want to waste time if it is … Continue reading

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