Monthly Archives: August 2011

Resumes and cover letters are not all about you

Not your biography. Imagining that these documents should have you as their sole focus shows a gross misunderstanding of the hiring process. They may be your forum and appear to be about you, but if you treat them as straightforward … Continue reading

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4 tips for managing older and more experienced workers

From LinkedIn Q&A:  How do you lead and manage people older and more experienced than you?   Treat every single colleague with respect.  Never, ever, roll your eyes when someone makes a cultural reference to something that happened before you were … Continue reading

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Law School: first month for 1Ls, 2Ls & 3Ls

For 1Ls: This is all new. No one except the former paralegals in your class know anything more than you do. This path has been well-traveled.  Hundreds of thousands of former first year law students have been in your chair. … Continue reading

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