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 1Ls to LL.M. candidates with prior legal careers in Latin American countries as well as second career professionals transitioning into law. I began the Resume Workshop by giving an overview of the current legal market in Atlanta, recent salary increases at large firms, and the importance of career planning as a law student. I then offered advice on building a legal resume, specifically tailoring a resume to the position sought as “one size does not fit all,” the importance of proofreading and verifying dates, and being aware of your social media profile and its perception among potential employers. Following my presentation, the students assembled in small groups and reviewed and critiqued each other’s resumes.