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Interested in Careers in State & Local Government? Check Out This Excellent Resource!

Careers in state and local government are often overlooked. When people think of government, the federal government is the first thing that comes to mind and when people think of public interest, non-profits and legal aid are often the first thing that come to mind. 648 more words

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Applying for Jobs in Ireland

Applying for Jobs in Ireland

In my quest to travel and live abroad following graduation this Spring, I’ve started applying to various jobs in Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. 886 more words

Why I Chose An Unpaid 1L Summer Job Over Federal Work Study

1L Ashley Micek generously took time to write this blog post on her 1L summer job search. Thanks, Ashley!

This summer, I am very excited that I will be externing at the American Medical Association’s Advocacy Resource Center at the AMA headquarters in downtown Chicago. 626 more words

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Your 1L Summer Matters

It rarely leads to employment post graduation but contrary to popular belief, where you work your 1L summer matters for your future. As you go into interviews for your 2L summer job, whether through OCI, or for a non law firm position, the #1 thing you will be questioned about  is your 1L summer job. 1,149 more words

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Connect the Dots with a Customized Cover Letter

A customized cover letter is the only tool available for the hiring manager reviewing applicants to specifically link the requirements in the job description to the experience in the resume.  266 more words

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My Personality Has Me in a Pickle

I read something today that said somewhere around sixty-five gazillion percent of job openings never go public but are hired from word of mouth or networking contacts. 553 more words

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4 #fudashi moments When Applying for Jobs

Imagine everyone in your class taking a test and your teacher only returns half, or even a third of the tests back with a grade. Then they ignore you for the rest of the semester.

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