Monthly Archives: June 2015

The inherent flaw of interviewing – it’s not really like the job

When you visited your law school before attending, you might have taken a tour. A guide led you through the building. You may have sat in on a class. You felt the school spirit and you could envision yourself as … Continue reading

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Navigating a Job Application

Applications may seem antiquated, unnecessary and otherwise unnerving but are often required by businesses as part of the hiring process.  Although not as common with law firms; completing an application for in-house positions should be assumed.  There is a perception … Continue reading

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Presentation is important. A Post That Could Have Been Written By Your Mother.

  We’ve had a number of blog posts about how your resume and supporting documentation should look, but I was recently reminded (in an unfortunate way) that one’s personal presentation is very important when making a good first impression. In … Continue reading

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How To Increase Your Odds Of Interviewing Well

Is there an interview on your horizon?  If so, make sure take a common sense approach to making a good impression by utilizing three essential P’s: preparedness, positive attitude and professionalism.  There won’t be much you can add to your … Continue reading

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