Tag Archives: career

Consider a career as an attorney at HUD

Legal Honors Programs are the primary hiring vehicle for entry-level attorneys in the federal government.  I frequently meet law students who have an interest in public service but are unfamiliar with these programs or do not realize so many different … Continue reading

Posted in Law Students | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Working Too Hard Could Harm Your Career

Working too hard could harm your career – who would have thunk it? The next time a colleague accuses you of phoning it in, just remind them of the dangers of working too hard or learn the power of saying … Continue reading

Posted in Corporate Law | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Police officer to prosecutor: The benefits and challenges of a career move

Many people from various professional backgrounds work together in a district attorney’s office.  These individuals range from paralegals, legal secretaries, victim’s assistance coordinators, investigators, and witness coordinators to the prosecutors themselves.  It is the combination and functioning of these individuals … Continue reading

Posted in Law Students | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Live Your Best Life Now, Focus On Career Later

Live your best life now, sayeth the scientists. Who knew careers start at 40? So while you are toiling away remember there is always time to make a change, and sometimes all it takes is finding a better job. “When … Continue reading

Posted in Corporate Law | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Considering an international legal career? Here are four tips that’ll help you succeed

While lawyers come in many forms with JDs, LLBs, LLMs, dual masters, and beyond, all of them share a skillset that has cross-border applicability. As a result, it is not at all surprising to see them head many of the Fortune … Continue reading

Posted in Law Students | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment