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ABA Free Career Advice Series: Interviewing Spectacularly…from Both Sides of the Desk

ABA Free Career Advice Series Hiring lawyers is an important investment, yet interviewers tend to talk too much and ask too few questions…and interviewees continue to provide the same kinds of answers that fail to distinguish them or bring in offers. This month’s Free Career Advice Series webinar features legal career experts who will focus […]

This Week at the CDO (Week of August 25, 2014)

Wednesday, August 27: U.S. Department of Justice Information Session Lecture/ Panel Discussion – 12:30 p.m. – 1:50 p.m., Room F-109 – Learn about career opportunities with the DOJ.   Thursday, August 28: U.S. Department of Justice Information Session Lecture/ Panel Discussion – 12:30 p.m. – 1:50 p.m., Room F-109 –  Learn about career opportunities with […]

Read the 2014 Working Mother and Flex-TimeLawyers “50 Best Law Firms for Women”

Working Mother and Flex-Time Lawyer announced the 2014 Working Mother and Flex-TimeLawyers “50 Best Law Firms for Women,” lauded for their family friendly policies, and business and career development initiatives that help women attorneys succeed and advance into the leadership pipeline. Click here to read the Executive Summary for aggregated data on the 2014 Working […]

Read “Fostering Diversity in the Workplace: How to Navigate the Challenges” by Cindy Krischer Goodman

The Miami Herald recently ran an article titled “Fostering Diversity in the Workplace: How to Navigate the Challenges” by Cindy Krischer Goodman. As the title reflects, the article discusses diversity and flexibility in the workplace and highlights a recent diversity event. Women and minority lawyers gathered in Miami last week at a Diversity and Flexibility […]

Read Chambers Associate Article About On Campus Interviewing (OCI)

With Fall On Campus Interview (OCI) season coming up, it is a good idea to read up on the process in general, bidding, resumes, etc. Chambers Associate interviews the interviewers to help guide you through the OCI process. Visit the Chambers Associate website regarding OCI interviews to learn more. For this, and additional useful information and resources, […]

16th Annual NATIONAL LAW STUDENTS WORKERS’ RIGHTS CONFERENCE

What:             16th Annual NATIONAL LAW STUDENTS WORKERS’ RIGHTS CONFERENCE When:            October 17 & 18, 2014 Where:           The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute, Linthicum Heights, MD  Deadline:      August 28, 2014 Register:       Register online (this option will be available shortly) or use the form in the conference brochure. Check for additional details on the website. For […]

The Cuban American Bar Association Presents “Getting the Job and Keeping It: A Panel and Cocktail”

The Cuban American Bar Association invites you to attend “Getting the Job and Keeping It: A Panel and Cocktail.”  The event takes place on August 14, 2014, from 4:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. The panel discussion is from 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. and will be followed by a cocktail reception. The event will be held […]

2014 EQUAL JUSTICE WORKS CONFERENCE AND CAREER FAIR

Equal Justice Works (EJW) invites you to join them for the 2014 Conference and Career Fair! Each year, the EJW Conference and Career Fair brings together 1,200 law students with more than 125 public interest employers from around the country under one roof. The EJW annual Conference and Career Fair is the largest national public interest […]

2015 EQUAL JUSTICE WORKS FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION TIPS PLUS BONUS TIPS ON MEDICAL-LEGAL PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS

The application for 2015 Equal Justice Works Fellowships is now open! Applications will be accepted through September 17, 2014. Please visit the website to learn more. You may register for the free webinar on Wednesday, July 16th to learn more about the Equal Justice Works (EJW) Fellowship Program and get application tips from the experts […]

You Can Still Register for The Art of Being Solo Free Online Conference

Statistics from the American Bar Association show that more and more attorneys — including recent law school graduates — are “putting out a shingle” and opening solo law practices. If you think you may be interested, think about registering for a free online conference called The Art of Being Solo: How to Have a Solo […]