On-Campus Interview Advice can Help You with any Law Job Interview

There's been a lot of ink spilled about OCI, the on-campus interviewing process by which law firms hire summer associates. (You can find several such articles here: Summer Jobs 101 , in fact.) But let's get down to brass tacks. What's the single biggest thing you can do to ensure you get...

Think "Real"

In an effort to help people realize their full potential as human beings, motivational speaker Tony Robbins hosts fire walking events at his conferences. At a recent conference, 21 people were treated for burns after walking across one of Robbins's signature bed of coals. An article in the Times...

Five Important but Non-Obvious Things to do When You Start Law School

There's a ton of (virtual) ink being spilled these days over what to do as a new law student. Everything from "buy all your books and read ahead" to "hire a tutor to explain the Rule Against Perpetuities." (I only wish I was making that last one up. For the record, don't do...

Getting a Law Job with Average Grades

Have questions about how to navigate the world of legal networking, interviewing and job searching? So did more than 1200 law students, who tuned in to the lively and informative webcast "Ask the Experts-Answers to Your Questions on Legal Job Search, Networking and Interviewing" on Thursday...

Re-evaluating a Legal Career

The Wall Street Journal published some chilling statistics about how recent law grads are faring. According to the WSJ , only 55% of the class of 2011 had full-time, long-term jobs that required a law degree nine months after graduation. And only 8% of those graduates held full-time, long-term jobs at...