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Practice Pointers - Working with a Legal Recruiter

Inevitably, at some point in your legal career, you’ll be contacted by a recruiter. Maybe it’s a phone call. Maybe it’s an email or LinkedIn message. One way or another, you’ll hear from one. As a litigator turned recruiter, I’ve been on the receiving end of recruiter calls and now I’m the one reaching out to candidates. And I’ve learned that many young lawyers aren’t really sure how recruiting works, who’s legit, and whether chatting with a recruiter is worth their time. So let’s remove the proverbial veil and get acquainted with legal recruiting. A quick note to start –…

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Everything Nobody Ever Told Me: How To Find A Job You Love, Part Two

“If it makes you happy, it is what you are supposed to do” – Pat Rodegast In Part One of “How To Find A Job You Love”, you learned to identify your Networks and reach out to Network members to expand your contacts within your field of interest.  Now, you are going to reach out to those contacts and set up meetings with them.  Each meeting is an opportunity to expand your Network even more.  Yes, you will receive good advice and an opportunity to speak to people in your desired practice area.  Yes, you will hear all kinds of…

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Understanding ‌Legal‌ ‌Malpractice‌ ‌and‌ ‌ How‌ ‌Lawyers‌ ‌Can‌ ‌Avoid‌ ‌It‌

The idea of legal negligence suits can definitely dishearten any attorney and fulfill them together with self-doubt and fear. However valid malpractice lawsuits aren't getting registered without customers using the ideal legal malpractice elements in place. Definition of Legal Malpractice Legal malpractice is considered when a lawyer does not deal with an authorized case correctly because of their neglect, incompetence, or since they truly are intentionally trying to harm your customer. One of the most typical legal malpractice complaints caused by lawyers is the failure to understand and apply regulations appropriately, preparation errors, failure to the calendar, and overlooking deadlines,…

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Feeling Frustrated? When and How to Stand Up For Yourself At Work

Are you a type of employee who goes to work confidently, demands a raise when deserved, and often takes advantage of vacation-offs anytime you want- congratulations on having a steel nerve and confidence! However, in reality, not everyone stands up for themselves at work, and most of the time, it's the other way around. It often feels scary, and all of the things mentioned above, for a regular worker, seems impossible to do.  If these things sound familiar to you and you've been dealing with all of these issues for the longest time since you got employed - you are…

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The Way Coronavirus Is Shifting Personal-injury Standards: The Newest Reasonable

The planet is currently facing a public health catastrophe not seen earlier in our creation. The Coronavirus, '' or COVID-19, has placed our own lives and our lifestyle in danger. People in Richmond, Virginia, the USA, and the world do their very best to conform to this new ordinary. Obviously, as attorneys, we think of the legal ramifications of this Coronavirus.  While the virus spreads across the nation, the judges did their role to take action to slow down the spread of this uncontrollable virus. Some kinds of court hearings have been postponed. Administrators are moving into teleconferences just as…

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Practice Pointers - Up-leveling Your Interview Prep

Know what used to give me more butterflies than an actually viable “we both swiped right” first date situation? Interviews. Although, to be fair, interview anticipation was more like having pesky moths or something more insidious eating away at my insides. And I know I can’t be the only one who’s gotten tingly hands and feet at the thought of an interview… So what’s changed? Well, for starters, I’ve done a ton of interviews (both public and private sector) since law school, both as an interviewee and interviewer. And more importantly, I’ve learned how to prepare effectively. So even though…

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PaulaMJones

Everything Nobody Ever Told Me: How To Find A Job You Love, Part One

“You are not given a dream unless you have the capacity to fulfill it” – Jack Canfield Well, you did it.  You made it to law school.  Now, perhaps you are looking for a summer internship, so that upon graduation you can boast some measure of experience.  Perhaps you are on the way to graduating and need to find something permanent.  Maybe you are one of those non-traditional students, getting an education while continuing to work your day job.  How do you make a switch from your present area of employment to a brand new field?  In the words of…

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How To Find Hidden Business Opportunities That Will Work For You

What's a business opportunity? That problem has troubled many people who have been trying to decide whether to purchase a current independent company, franchise, or business opportunity.  There is a similar relationship between market prospects, independent sales firms, and franchises. Franchises and independent companies for sale are business opportunities, but not all commercial opportunities meet the criteria for a franchise or are standalone for sale in the strictest sense. Make sure that your business option follows all business opportunities laws, which vary from state to state, and is licensed in countries where applicable. Find out if you are interested in…

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Career Tips: How to Become Persuasive in Sales?

One essential requirement to become successful in the field of sales is the ability to persuade people. While it may sound easy, not a lot of people can persuade other people to change their minds and believe them and do or buy the things that they recommend. However, having the ability to persuade people effortlessly needs preparation, a lot of practice, and persistence. Persuasion is a natural skill that we have learned since we were kids. In fact, we experience being persuaded almost every day from watching TV, listening to music, and when talking with your friends and loved ones…

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Career and Employment Tips During Corona Virus Times

We can all agree that in today’s current situation, many are losing work and most expert economists are forecasting a recession. However, career experts still believe that it is ideal to continue applying and networking, as long as you come up with a dynamic approach to acknowledge that these are unforeseeable moments. Firms may not be currently open for the vacancy because they are attempting to work out how to conduct business online, but they will soon be hiring especially those people who are accustomed to a virtual business setup. Most experts have been discussing their thoughts that potential employees…

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