CareerCasts

Symplicity

Introduction to Symplicity
Job Bank
On- and Off-Campus Interview Programs

Networking

Networking Over Winter Break
LinkedIn for Law Students

Job Search

Creating Your Unofficial Transcript
Guide for Transfer Students
Researching Employers with the NALP Directory of Legal Employers
JD-Advantage: Making Your Case for Non-Legal Job Opportunities

Interviewing

Behavioral Interviewing

Employer Information

BB&T Leadership Development Program Webinar

Summer Experience

Making the Most of Your Summer

Interviewing Tips for Medium & Large Firms

This series of Career Casts will help you understand how a hiring partner approaches interviewing and hiring summer associates. Richard Batchelder, a partner with Ropes & Gray, discusses the following topics with students:
Applicant Characteristics
The Interview Process
Geographic Ties
Life at the Office

Interviewing With the JAG Corps

Navy JAG

Practicing Law In… An insider’s Perspective from Alumni

This series of webinars focuses what it is like to practice law in various locations throughout the state and country. Each webinar addresses the following questions:

  • Are there any practice areas for which the city is particularly known?
  • Are there any practice areas that are up and coming? Any that are slowing down?
  • How often and how easy is it to move between sectors – firms to gov’t to non-profit to in-house
  • Do you have any advice on interviewing for a job in the city? How did you convince your employer you were sincerely interested in the city?
  • What are the keys to building a successful career in the city?
  • What do you like best about practicing in the city?
Practicing Law In Atlanta
Practicing Law In Birmingham
Practicing Law In Boston
Practicing Law In Charlotte
Practicing Law In DC
Practicing Law In New York
Practicing Law In Raleigh

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