Managing Your Legal Career by Richard L. HermannTo compete in today's tight job market, you need up-to-date, reliable information on how to manage this phase of your legal career. This thorough guide--divided into short, specific sections that touch on what you'll need to do before your new job hunt, while you're looking, as you're sitting in the interview, once you've gotten an offer, and everything in between--covers everything you need to know.
Call Number: KF297 .H47 2010
Publication Date: 2011
Beyond One L by Nancy Levit; Allen RostronBeyond One L: Stories About Finding Meaning and Making a Difference in Law is inspired by Scott Turow's One L, the classic account of a first year law student's experience at Harvard Law School. With an introduction by Turow, Beyond One L explores first, second, and third year experiences in the decades since One L was published. It then moves beyond law school to tell the stories of taking the bar, searching for judicial clerkships, practicing law, and leaving law practice to become a teacher or judge. Story authors include lawyer Gerry Spence; Above the Law editor David Lat; professors Ian Ayres, Stephen Carter, Deborah Waire Post, and Adrienne Wing; and judges Marilyn Skoglund, Donn Kessler, and Michael Zimmerman. The stories are about the moments in life that were gamechangers - ones that changed the course of the authors' careers or brought them extraordinary meaning.