Across the country, newly minted attorneys are proudly telling their friends and family that they have successfully passed the bar exam. But at the same time, they remain unemployed, or at least not satisfactorily employed in a legal job.

The job market is tighter than ever, and law jobs are not exempt from this economy. Below are some concrete actions law graduates can take to enhance their chances for a successful job search even in a difficult economy.

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