There's no question that the recession is hitting law students hard. Some of you may not have gotten summer positions, while others that did aren't sure of any prospects after that. There is some good news, though: The economy is so bad that you shouldn't take it personally if you hit a career road block, says psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Elizabeth Tillinghast. She provides several tips to help you foster a positive, resilient attitude, to make the most of your opportunities this summer -- and beyond.
Tips to Help Law Students Stay Positive This Summer -- and Beyond
New York Law Journal
June 30, 2009