Articles Worth Reading

download-google-books-free  For your information and reading pleasure, check out the following articles:

  1. 7 Tips for Success as a New Associate
  2. 7 Traits of the Most Profitable Law Firms
  3. 42 Big Four Interview Questions
  4. A Golden Opportunity: Legal Research Simulation Courses
  5. Alternative Revenue Generation Practices for Law Schools
  6. Are Law Firms Ready to Embrace Culture as a Path to Survival?
  7. Attorney Job Search: How to Craft Subject Lines That Get Attention
  8. Attorney Job Search: Three Things Employers Need to Know About You
  9. Can Small Firms Thrive in a Tough Competitive Environment?
  10. Displaced Lawyers Who Can’t Find Work: There’s a Correlation Between High Grades and Workplace Failure
  11. Disruption Will Not Stop at the Law School Door
  12. Embracing Nontraditional Ways to bill and Budget Can Be Profitable
  13. Helping Clients Mind Their Social Media Ps & Qs: Best Practices for Identifying and Managing Risk
  14. Hitting the Mark? AALL Legal Research Competencies From Classroom to Practice
  15. How an Attorney Should Handle a Mistake
  16. New Bar Passage Rates Could Set ABA Up for a Fight
  17. So You Say You Want to Survive
  18. Recruiter Corner: Three Things Candidates Must Know About An Employer
  19. The 4 Biggest Questions Facing Managing Partners
  20. When Technology Forces You to Rethink Things

Happy reading!

About Lisa Smith-Butler

Associate Professor of Law Charleston School of Law 385 Meeting St., Suite 322B Charleston, S.C. 29403 843.377.2144
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