Job Search Strategies for a Down Economy Workshop on April 4 at 12:30 pm
Job Search Strategies for a Down Economy
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In today’s economy, cracking the legal job market continues to be a challenge. This program is intended to provide students with tools and strategies to help them through a difficult job search. A panel of recent graduates with experience working in government, non-profit, small and large firms, and policy will share their experience and views on how to successfully navigate the current legal market. Emphasis will be placed on strategies for landing a job outside of the traditional on-campus interview process, with each panelist describing their non-traditional job search strategies and identifying best practices for success. Panelists will also discuss how to effectively network, the importance of flexibility, and whether early specialization enhances or hurts a job search.
Thursday, April 4, 2013
in the Student Conference Center
Please submit panelist questions ahead of time. Questions should focus on identifying specific job search and networking strategies that are not obvious and covered in every job search panel. Each panelist will identify specific actions they took or wish they had taken.
Submit questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by Latino Law Alumni Association