7 Ways to Use Modern Technology to Connect Students with Career Services

Technology has made leaps and bounds in the last few decades. Faster than you learn new hashtags and update resources for incoming students, they’re on to the next social trend.

Educational institutions have done their best to keep up with …

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A Day in the Life: Policy Analyst in a Nonprofit Advocacy Group (Energy)

8:00 AM: Arrive at the office and start the morning with your daily review of the news wires to see what developments are afoot in the energy world:  corporate merger rumors, congressional legislation proposals, updates on the latest accounting scandal, announcements by a foreign …

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Guide to Working at White & Case

Working across 25 practice areas and 17 industry groups, White & Case is one of the top firms in BigLaw, with more than 2,000 lawyers in offices all over the world.

Ready to find out what it takes to work …

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What Is Environmental Law?

Many agencies and government departments use environmental law services to protect their interests. So do businesses, advocacy organizations, and law firms that represent individuals.

Environmental law is a growing field with a broad scope of work that encompasses issues related …

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Creating an Inclusive Holiday Season at Your Office

According to a recent report from the Pew Research Center, only nine out of 10 Americans celebrate Christmas. While many of us are used to saying, “happy holidays” instead of “merry Christmas,” are our holiday celebrations really as inclusive as …

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Supporting Law Students and Lawyers with Disabilities

How can the legal profession be more supportive of students and lawyers with disabilities? This was one of the topics presented during day one of this year's NALP Annual Education Conference. In “Level Up: How to Support Your Law Students …

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What’s Missing from the ABA’s Report on Why Women Leave Law Firms?

Where exactly are we with gender equality in the workplace these days? Men and women are graduating in equal numbers from college and grad school. They're starting entry-level positions in equal numbers. Yet by the time careers evolve even to middle …

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Vault/MCCA Survey Shows Decline in Black Lawyers

Vault and the Minority Corporate Counsel Association recently released a report analyzing the results of our annual Law Firm Diversity Survey. Amid some encouraging signs of progress, the study reveals other, more troubling trends. Not only are there sharp contrasts …

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Questions You Should Never Ask During a Legal Job Interview

There is one question you can always expect during your legal job interview: Do you have any questions for us? Preparing thoughtful, well-researched questions for this part of your interview is a great way to show your interest in the …

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What Are Affinity Groups & How Can They Help You Grow as a Lawyer

Affinity groups are critical resources for networking, training, and—most importantly—creating community within law firms. For many lawyers, these groups can have a significant impact on their professional growth and personal satisfaction. In this post, Gibson Dunn lawyers Michelle M. Gourley, …

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