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The Partners Post

Legal placement industry news and opinion from The Partners Group team.

 

The Partners Post

What’s the Worst That Can Happen? Advice to Associates

Your email dings and you notice it is an individual presenting a lateral opportunity with vague details. You ignore it and potentially miss the opportunity of a lifetime because you are busy or not currently interested. As a legal recruiter, I keep in mind that an associate is extremely busy and understand that it can … Read More ›

Jump-Starting Your Job Search for the New Year

Beginning a job search can be an arduous task that can be made easier by taking action early in the process.  I have outlined a list of suggestions you should be prepared to put into motion to make for an efficient, and more successful, job search to start your 2018 year.

 

Review and Update Relevant Documents

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3 Essential Resume Tips From a Recruiter

As a recruiter, people often believe we work to help candidates find jobs. Although this is very true, our primary focus is to help our clients (law firms and companies) find the best candidates to fit their needs. To do this, we review hundreds of resumes on a weekly basis to narrow the field down … Read More ›

Georgia Latino Law Foundation’s Law Day

This week, I had the pleasure of presenting a Resume Workshop at the 2nd Annual Georgia Latino Law Foundation’s Law Day. The attendees were Latino Law Students at Emory University, Georgia State University College of Law, Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University, and Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. The students ranged from incoming … Read More ›

The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow…

Annie is one of my favorite musicals. The overriding theme of hope and unwavering positivity in the face of overwhelming odds is inspiring (and wildly entertaining). I mention this because sometimes in this crazy world of job searches and interviews, there can be a great deal of disappointment and rejection that can either be defeating … Read More ›