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Attitude is Everything in an Interview

Going into an interview there are some things you can control and others you cannot. You cannot control how much or what type of experience you have. You cannot control your prior educational background or work history. Presumably, you have … Continue reading

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Is it Time to Consider Switching 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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There Are Eyes and Ears Everywhere

I was talking with my business partner earlier this week about an experience he had that is worth sharing. He was walking from one meeting to the next and found himself behind someone he knew who was talking loudly enough … Continue reading

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It’s Okay to Point Out Your Strengths and Achievements

People in general have a difficult time drawing attention to their achievements, but in the hiring process you are your strongest advocate so speak up. Everyone knows there is a difference between cockiness and confidence, the latter is not only … Continue reading

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