The Desk

February 17, 2013

Tips for Law Job Seekers

Filed under: Job Search — Yvonne LaRose @ 2:25 PM
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This blog is devoted to sharing various types of information relating to job search and recruiting in various industries. It occasionally talks about tools. But today some information will be shared in a rather unconventional manner.

Some of the emails that contain legal job posts that appear in the Career Opportunities folder of the Bulletins also have short blurbs and tips that are worth sharing. Rather than completely deleting that content, it seems a wiser move to simply share the blurbs with you and allow you to visit FindLaw in order to learn more. Today’s post has information about trends for women in law, things to consider for equity partnership, and cities that aren’t very lucrative for young lawyers. Good luck.

HOT JOB TALK:

IS EQUITY PARTNERSHIP THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR EVERY ASSOCIATE?
(FindLaw’s Greedy Associates)- Equity partnership used to be the only top position an associate could aspire to. Now, as more firms try to restructure and create a new partnership model, some are offering a nonequity partnership track that is separate from the equity track.

BEST LAW FIRMS FOR WOMEN: 5 TRENDS TO LOOK FOR
(FindLaw’s Greedy Associates)- Law has certainly become a more welcoming field for women in recent years, but when looking at your options, do you know the best law firms for women?

THE 10 WORST CITIES FOR YOUNG ATTORNEYS
(FindLaw’s Greedy Associates)- No one ever accused young attorneys of having it easy — especially if you choose to live in one of the worst cities for the job.Most attorneys are strong Type A personalities, and there’s nothing we love more than ranking ourselves against… ourselves. To help in that endeavor, the National Jurist recently determined the best and worst cities for young attorneys to live in.

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