Finding that first legal job can be a challenge. Fortunately, a lot of people are available to help if you only just ask. First, Legal Times sought out career counselors at seven local law schools. They weighed in on overlooked career options, common job-hunting mistakes, and the fate of the bottom third of the class. Then, we spoke to partners in the D.C. offices of six major law firms. They talked about what they look for, what mistakes to avoid, and how to most easily improve your chances of landing a job.
How to Land That First Job
September 1, 2008
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