Editor’s note: This is the second article in a new series about job transitions for older attorneys. Look for a new article in the series each Monday over the next several weeks.

One common, but often unstated, perception working against senior candidates is that they are not as technologically savvy as their juniors. Similarly, candidates who have been out of the job market for a while may not be as aware of changing trends affecting the legal profession. In both cases, a smart but seasoned job-seeker will get up to date with technology and trends, and communicate that knowledge to prospective employers.

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