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My company was acquired and I made good money, but I’m anxious about sitting on the sidelines. Don’t I need another job right away in order to remain marketable?
My current compensation is below market. How do I overcome this issue when negotiating compensation for my next job?
How important is it to include a Background Summary on my LinkedIn profile?
I graduated from a U.S. law school but have not taken a bar exam yet. Can I call myself a lawyer?
I’m a new partner in a small law firm where a few partners are unproductive with low hours. No one is held accountable and it’s driving me nuts. Is it reasonable to insist on agreed expectations?
Someone I barely know asked me to recommend her for a job at my company, which seemed really inappropriate. What are the rules that govern requests for professional favors and recommendations?
Is it ok to take 6-12 months off in between jobs or will it hurt my career? I’m burned out and want a new job, but I don’t want to look right away. Is there anything I should do in the interim?
My work environment was terrible and I wasn’t happy. Instead of leaving, I tried to make it work and now I’ve been fired. How do I address this in an interview without looking bad?
I’ve been a rainmaker in small law firm for several years – and now a named partner is retiring. Is it reasonable for me to request to be a named partner? Does it really matter or am I being too shallow?
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I’m the #2 lawyer in my company and am being promoted to GC. Should I ask for a GC “market” compensation or just leave it and be grateful for the promotion? If I do ask, what should I say?
How much time do I need to spend with a candidate in order to make the best hiring decision?
What is the hiring cycle for the in house legal market?
This is the exact way to deal with an unreasonable, hostile and unpredictable boss.
I’m an associate and work for a senior partner who is well respected, but unreasonable, hostile and unpredictable. I’m not sure I should leave – as his behavior may be common. How do I deal with him in the meantime?
The GC of my company left and my colleague was promoted instead of me to take over the department. I still like my job, but is it the right career move to leave? What should I do?
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