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Laying Proper Foundations for Law School

by Peter Horvath | December 07, 2022

In order to successfully navigate law school, one must take the appropriate steps academically and perhaps have some work experience in order to be prepared.

Identifying and Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

by Rebecca King-Newman | December 05, 2022

Imposter syndrome can hit any accomplished and professional person. Find out what imposter syndrome is and how to combat it.

Use a Decision Matrix to Simplify Big Decisions (Like Career Moves)

by Julia DiPrete | December 02, 2022

If you struggle to make decisions, big or small, you’re not alone. Use a tool like a decision matrix, and see where you end up.

New Hire’s Remorse: A Review and What to Do About It – Part II

by Peter Horvath | November 30, 2022

Employees and employers both need to know what new hire's remorse is, why it’s become so prevalent, and what they can do to limit its effects.

Top Tips for Success as a First Year

by Molly Behan, Bracewell LLP | November 28, 2022

In this sponsored post from Bracewell, learn the top tips for success in your first year.

These Students Landed a Summer Associate Position By Applying Directly. They Recommend You Do Too.

by Latham & Watkins | November 21, 2022

In this sponsored post by Latham & Watkins, learn about the potential advantages of applying directly for summer positions.

The Benefits of Pro Bono Work

by Rebecca King-Newman | November 16, 2022

There are a lot of benefits to taking on pro bono work—gaining skills, refreshing your outlook on your career, benefiting the greater community—many positives!

How Ropes & Gray’s Summer Program Encourages Learning and Discovery

by Ropes & Gray | November 14, 2022

In this sponsored post, learn more about Ropes & Gray's summer program.

New Hire’s Remorse: A Review and What to Do About It – Part I

by Peter Horvath | November 09, 2022

Employees report dissatisfaction with employment situations very soon after beginning their jobs and experience what has been dubbed “new hire’s remorse."

Five Reasons to Become a Private Funds Lawyer

by Vicky Forrester, Paul, Weiss | November 07, 2022

In this sponsored post from Paul, Weiss, Vicky Forrester explains five reasons to consider a career in private funds.