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One of the strangest things that I see regularly is attorneys who make sexual orientation, politics, religion, and social activism part of their job search. I honestly do not understand why they do this. In the best cases, it ends up creating far fewer opportunities for you in the market. In most cases, it can do profound damage to your job search. This sort of stuff will doom you. READ MORE >
“Death in life is a mode of existence in which one has ceased all play; there are no further striving for titles. All competitive engagement with others has been abandoned. For some, though not for all, death in life is a misfortune, the resigned acceptance of one’s loser status, a refusal to hold any title up for recognition.”
Finite and Infinite Games, James P. Carse READ MORE >
One of the most persistent misunderstandings of attorneys is why they are not more successful in practicing law. Whether it is the solo practitioner, large firm attorney, or small firm attorney, at its heart, there is almost always one significant, underlying cause for the lack of success of most attorneys and the corresponding success of other attorneys. READ MORE >
Regardless of who you are, everyone needs encouragement—and attorneys are no exception.
Since you (presumably) spend the majority of your time at work, encouragement at work is even more important. Unfortunately, there is not a lot of encouragement in the law firm world. Any encouragement that does exist only comes when an attorney bills a lot of hours, which may lead to a higher bonus and being told they are doing well. An attorney who brings in a lot of business may also be encouraged. READ MORE >
All attorneys strive for success in their law firms and want more responsibility, complex work, and greater recognition. However, there is a price to pay for accomplishing your goals. The stress of law firm life may cause many health problems, including premature aging, disease, or even early death. This article discusses several ways the well-being of attorneys suffers from the constant demands of law firm life. READ MORE >
How do legal recruitment agencies work? READ MORE >
Learn how to find your ideal law firm, practice area, and more with the DISC Profile assessment. READ MORE >
Legal recruiters offer unique advantages to attorney job seekers that aren’t always available to them in their legal job search. READ MORE >
Many attorneys believe that the quality of their law school, or law firm, will determine the course of their legal career. READ MORE >
Are you wanting to find the perfect law internship to help you get a foot in the door at a respected law firm? Maybe you want to upskill and gain some experience in your College summers? Perhaps this is the first step on the career ladder for you? Whatever your reason for wanting to learn more about finding an internship in law, here’s everything you need to know about becoming a law intern. READ MORE >
This article reveals the reasons lawyers are not long term employees. READ MORE >
Are senior attorneys employable even without business? Of course they are. READ MORE >
Find out how you can be a truly happy law firm attorney without making a move or career change in this article. READ MORE >
Every attorney that works in a large law firm is expected to conform to their rules. Find out why law firms expect a high level of conformity in this article. READ MORE >
Find out why so many attorneys are unhappy and what can be done to bring happiness back into their lives. READ MORE >
"[My favorite part about working with BCG Attorney Search was] the follow up, and not having..." Read more
Billie PierceUniversity of California Berkeley School of Law, Class Of 2010Placed at Prime Healthcare Services.
"I would have to say that my favorite thing about working with BCG and Karen was the extent..." Read more
Frank GeorgeThe University of Akron School of Law, Class Of 2018Placed at McCarthy, Lebit, Crystal & Liffman Co., L.P.A.
"The recruiter I worked with was responsive. [The first three words that come to mind when I..." Read more
Michael CamporealeHofstra University School of Law, Class Of 2009Placed at Tarter, Krinsky & Drogin, L.L.P.
"[My favorite things about working with BCG were] the regular weekly updates and..." Read more
Steven MorphyUniversity of California Los Angeles School of Law, Class Of 2016Placed at Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo
"[BCG] essentially handled everything, so it was really low stress on my end.
I don't think I would have been..." Read more
Anna ZielinskiUniversity of Wisconsin Law School, Class Of 2015Placed at Vedder Price, P.C.
"[My favorite thing about working with BCG Attorney Search was] that there was a level of contact every week. I..." Read more
Anthony RufoSuffolk University Law School, Class Of 2009Placed at DLA Piper.
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