Young Lawyer

Making Your Own Luck During the Legal Job Search

, The Legal Intelligencer


The legal job market is still in crisis. Stories about inflated law salaries have been replaced with tales of woe chronicling an oversaturated market swarmed annually by mobs of debt-strapped recent graduates. While the debate over legal education and a changing legal market rages on, thousands of unemployed law school graduates nationally are focused on finding a job in a very competitive market. The key for job seekers is to stand out from the pack, land an interview and secure a paid position.

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