Forgot your password?
Named by the ABA Journal as one of the “most compelling” and top blogs for legal professionals.
Career and life game changing information delivered personally to you.
How To Negotiate The Offer You Want.
What Is Business Acumen and How Do I Develop It?
The Most Under-Appreciated, Under-Valued, Under-Recognized, Under-Rewarded Character Trait……Ever. And It’s the Character Trait of Winners.
Can I take 6-12 months off in between jobs or will it hurt my career? How do I strategically manage my time off?
The Right Way To Achieve Your New Year’s Career Resolutions.
I just joined Big Law from a small firm and hate it (no mentoring and cutthroat) – but I need to stick it out for at least a year. How do I survive?
Unemployed and Panicked. What Should You Do?
Should I quit my job and move in order to focus solely on my job search?
Is it better to earn a JD/LL.M at the same time or pursue an LL.M after practicing law for a few years?
I’ve been an in house lawyer my entire career. Am I at a disadvantage in the job market without law firm experience? If so, how do I address this issue?
I want to send thank you notes after my job interview, but I don’t have the email addresses of my interviewers. What should I do?
I’m serving as interim GC, but my CEO just hired a permanent GC to replace me. How do I preserve my job security once the new GC takes over?
How to prevent a GC hire above you when you are the only lawyer in a start up company.
Words To Live By For A Successful Career.
I’ve been in a new job that I like for 5 months and was called by a recruiter for a once in a lifetime opportunity. Would it be bad to leave my current position so soon?
What can I do to be happier in my first year as a law firm associate?
The Danger of Being Too Aggressive in Today’s Job Market.
How to score an in house job without in house experience.
How to ask about compensation in a job interview without sounding greedy.
I just got fired from my job. How bad is this for my career? What do I do next?
How to write a great thank you note.
My GC is leaving and the execs are going to conduct a search for her replacement. I want the job, but the best they can offer me is Interim GC, which infuriates me. Should I take it or quit?
Should I include a detailed Background Summary on my LinkedIn profile?
Is it ok to wear perfume or cologne to a job interview?
How To Crush Your Phone Interview.
I’m thinking about accepting a “quasi-legal” job offer. Will this hurt my chances of finding a future legal position in a law firm or company?
Should You Always Counter a Job Offer?
What is the right length of time for a GC to stay in his/her role at the same company? In today’s market, what are the main reasons GCs leave their jobs?
This could be one of your greatest career assets. Seriously!
Do Divorces and Job Searches Mix?
The Five Rings. (an encore post)
Make. Your. Own. Luck. Here’s how…
This childish trait is the mark of a leader. Do you possess it?
What are the best short-term career options for law firm associates who want to be a General Counsel one day?
I don’t like recruiters because I have had bad experiences with them in the past. But I know they can help my career. What’s the best way to approach this relationship?
The very best way to answer this commonly asked, cookie cutter interview question.
I interviewed a candidate who used my first name throughout our entire conversation. I found this odd so I dinged him. Do you think this decision was too harsh?
Your 2018 (Slightly Unconventional) Career Goal Guide.
How important is in house experience when applying for an in house job?
How To Get The Dirt From a Reference Check (Part 3: The Call, The Questions, The Clues)
Should a resume be one page?
I’m a jr. litigation partner at a mid-sized law firm. I have great credentials and trial experience, but no portable book of business. Will I be able to “upgrade” to a big firm as a partner?
I’m interested in a great job, but the money is below what I would accept. Should I apply anyway and see if I can get what I need after the employer falls in love with me?
How to Line Up the Best References Before a Job Search.
I have recently been promoted to Interim GC at my company. Should I ask for more money?
To Poach, or Not To Poach, That is the Question.
How to Deal with a Micromanager…and Come Out Way Ahead.
I’m an introvert and have been rejected in interviews for not showing enough enthusiasm. How do I overcome this if I can’t change my personality?
How To Greatly Improve Your Success at Building Your Professional Network.
Should Professional Women Support Each Other Unconditionally?
Post a job for free! Take advantage of this promotion and advertise your job for 30 days. Use promo code LWJOBS
Julie has been a great partner and trusted advisor to me over many years. The Lawyer Whisperer is a terrific resource, whether you are new to the profession or a seasoned counsel.
The Lawyer Whisperer is required reading for any lawyer who wants to be thoughtful about their career.
Great insights on career planning that help me talk with our associates and IH counsel who are thinking about a transition.
The Lawyer Whisperer posts are always wise, thoughtful, well written and leave you with new ideas - I try not to miss a post.
No one understands the changing profession better than Julie. She is a proven ally to those of us trying to forge new paths and push the boundaries of what is possible in a legal career.
Julie is the Dear Abby for lawyers. Her column is one of a kind.
Receive our newsletter for latest trends, compensation info and secrets to a winning career strategy.
© 2017 The Lawyer Whisperer. All Rights Reserved. Sponsored by Solutus Legal.Site Designed by Planeteria Web Design
Referred to as “The Dear Abby for Lawyers”. The Lawyer Whisperer is the most talked about career column in the legal profession. You’ll learn the latest market trends and secrets to creating a winning career strategy – delivered by the legal career’s acclaimed and award-winning expert.
Subscribe free today and you will receive information and advice that will impact your career each day for the better.