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Immigration Hearings 101: A Complete Tool Kit for Representing Children in Immigration Court- Part 1 (Video)
The New Normal thesis is: 1) That law is in the process of becoming more "normal", i.e., more like other complex activities that go on in sophisticated organizations. 2) That this will be enabled by technology and process improvements. 3) That this will be led by general counsel.
What are some of the struggles in a successful leader's career path?
The Human Tendency to Infer the Worst: Why the Absence of a Proper Cover Letter Can Severely Damage Your Candidacy One of the most important lessons I learned as a legal headhunter was taught to me just a few weeks into my career.
A few days ago I received an email from a first year law student, Justin, and he posed a very interesting question. His email read;
Dear Lifehacker, I cannot stomach the idea of working in an office for the rest of my life. The idea of being forced to head to work for a set number of hours in a specific place is incredibly stifling.
" iPad Apps in One Hour for Lawyers provides what the title says and is a helpful resource for a lawyer looking for an overview of useful apps."--iPhone J.D.
by Lisa Petrilli | 9:15 AM January 25, 2012 I learned the critical importance of networking, and discovered my natural aversion to it, early in my career. I was a new college graduate working in the strategic planning division of a $10 billion company, and our business unit had been invited to a retirement party for one of the top executives.
Think you could find a job you love as much as coffee? Yesterday we wrote about tapping into the things you're passionate about for finding a job you love--but of course, that's not excluding those who already have a job they like. Not that he needed the money or anything, but filmmaker David Lynch turned his passion for coffee shaped itself into a new, very different career—which he writes about in this morning's Huffington Post "Obsessed" essay:
Job interviews can be challenging, in part because there is so much that can go wrong. There is dressing appropriately, of course, and ensuring that your resume is up-to-date and error-free.
Most people who want to start their own business don’t have a ton of money laying around and it’s probably one the most common questions I get emailed about: How can I get started without a lot of cash?