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I hope this post finds you well and enjoying the your summer. As we wind down the last hours of July and begin a new week and month tomorrow, we are reminded that summer associate programs are drawing to a close at law firms and for in-house legal departments. We are also gearing up to begin on-campus interviewing and job fairs across the country. Whether you are a law student who is participating in one of these summer programs or getting ready to begin the fall interviewing process looking for a job, you will find the following article useful. It provides a list of 10 tips for you to keep in mind as you embark on your journeys:
As always, I welcome your thoughts. Enjoy the rest of your summer, and best of luck to you in your interviews and internships!