Over the holidays, a few law firms host “Home for the Holidays” receptions for students, often specifically for 1L’s. These give you a chance to see their firms and network with attorneys. Read on for more information!
Thanksgiving Break is finally here! Read on for four things to do over the break, in addition to eating unseemly amounts of turkey.
This week’s article features 3L Joshua Irvine, who worked as a law clerk at Kirton & McConkie last summer.
RMMLF will be sponsoring a luncheon, in conjunction with the Professional Development Office and the Wallace Stegner Center, on Thursday, November 15 at the S. J. Quinney College of Law. Read on for more information!
Legal resumes for students are just a little different than those prepared for non-legal jobs, and most legal employers will expect to see this unique format when you apply for a job. Read on for some basic tips on preparing a legal resume.
Nothing seems to cause law job applicants more trouble cover letters! Read on for some advice on drafting a decent cover letter.
It can be a challenge to secure law-related work experience during the summer after your first year of law school. For this reason, 1L’s who seek legal work during their first summer will search broadly not during the Spring On-Campus Interview season (which takes place during Spring Semester), but also for other paid and unpaid meaningful legal experiences. Read on for a few tips.
Mentor matches are being coordinated next week and you will get yours soon! Read on for more information about what to do when you receive that information.
Plan ahead for out-of-state travel related to jobseeking! Read on for more information.
1L’s plan to attend the Job Searching & Professionalism Presentation next Thursday! Click here to learn more about this event.