Lawyers and law students come together in this issue to help you become the lawyer you’ve always dreamed you’d be. Lawyers reveal the best advice they’ve received from their colleagues
The best lawyers are those who are constantly open to growing, and sometimes that growth comes from unexpected sources.
Following in their footsteps: Those still knee-deep in law school and those who’ve graduated share what they learned about how to succeed.
Whether you want to work in BigLaw, in the public interest, in the court system, or somewhere else altogether, you’ll benefit from these pro tips on interviewing and networking.
“Lawyers have a license to practice law, a monopoly on certain services. But for that privilege and status, lawyers have an obligation to provide legal services to those without the wherewithal to pay, to respond to needs outside themselves, to help repair tears in their communities.” —U.S.
This first year is a whirlwind. Someone who’s just been there has some tips to make it a success, and even fun.
After a challenging start in the law, former child actor Jeff B. Cohen successfully combines his love of entertainment with his law degree.
To make the right career move, be sure you’re not asking the wrong career-change question.
Lawyers reveal how mistakes made early on taught them lessons they still recall today.
Lawyers and law students come together in this issue to help you become the lawyer you’ve always dreamed you’d be.