Given that I’m not open about my past or even what I do presently, how the hell (and why) did my boss connect me with scoring weed?
I’m being told that, without a near-perfect memo for a writing sample, it will be hard to get a job. Just how important is the em dash anyway?
Some nights at home over a glass of wine I wonder: could I do more and “be more,” especially at a firm with less notable talent?
I came to school thinking I had a pretty good chance of a job after three years. Now it seems those numbers were baked. Should I sue my school?
QI have a C average at a second tier school. While I have good work experience, I’m worried about finding a job out there when I graduate. I’ve interned each year during law school and I’m currently a clerk for the in-house counsel of a large (Fortune 500) corporation. I have decent experience in a…
Anyone I’ve told about my plan to change my name simply to “Karsh” has first laughed, then expressed surprise that I’m serious, which I am. Thoughts?
Wouldn’t it be better to represent the odd sympathetic client in your spare time at little to no cost while pursuing a profession that unequivocally benefits society?
If I get an offer from the second firm, I’m bailing on the first one in a heartbeat. Is this unethical?
I was essentially known as “the Bro” among associates and, who knows, possibly some partners.
Q) This is probably a first-year level question, but I was looking for advice on how to select proper legal writing samples to use when applying for jobs. I am four years out of law school and have accumulated a decent collection of memorandum and demand letters over the years at my current firm and was…