On Wednesday I’ll be hosting a Blog Talk Radio Show with advice for getting hired as a rookie attorney. Whether you’re about to graduate from law school or you haven’t even started yet, I promise you insights from people responsible for hiring. They will be sharing their suggestions for maximizing your chances of finding a
Thursday was a great day for me. I started off with a TV interview. Then, I met up with 4 of my former clients. I try to do this whenever I travel. I really enjoy helping people get into law school, and seeing how they are doing and what they’ve learned while in law school
I have a GREAT Blog Talk Radio Show about Choosing the Right Law School for You coming up on Monday. I’ll be interviewing 5 successful lawyers, all approximately 10 years out of law school, about why they chose their law schools and how that choice impacted their career trajectories. It’s an incredibly diverse crew: Tad
This isn’t my normal kind of blog post, but I spent Wednesday night and Thursday in Los Angeles to attend a conference and I’m inspired by the people I met. I want to share the highlights of what I learned that might be relevant to law school hopefuls (or really to anyone building a career).
On Tuesday morning, I’m going to film a video for a major test prep company about how to choose a law school. In preparation, I’ve been doing a bit of research and wanted to share my results with you. When you’re deciding how much debt is reasonable to take on in order to obtain your
One of my clients started a blog this week (Lawlicious) and promises to document her adventures through law school. She started off by doing something very smart – she contacted Kevin Houchin, Esq. after hearing my interview with him on BlogTalkRadio. She then reviewed his book (“Fuel the Fire: Success in Law School and Beyond”)
One of my clients asked me about a one week pre-law summer institute that promised a “certificate of completion” that would WOW law schools. She wanted to know my thoughts on whether she should participate. What is a reason to participate in this kind of program? To spend a week talking about and studying law
Here’s a great piece on how social networking can benefit you as an attorney, therefore justifying all the time you spend on these sites in college and law school. Thanks to Amanda Ellis for pointing it out to me today in her Facebook status! Ann LevineAnn Levine is the author of the best selling law