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How and Why Lawyers and Law Students Should Start a Gratitude Practice

by Travis Whitsitt | September 13, 2023

Attorney and law student time is at a premium, but carving space for a gratitude practice can make you better at everything, be it school, a job, or even life.

Covington & Burling Cross-Office Q&A - Tech Transactions

by Covington & Burling | May 09, 2023

In this sponsored post from Covington & Burling, hear from two tech transactions partners about their practices.

21 Questions to Ask During a Legal Job Interview

by Vault Law Editors | March 13, 2018

The best way to show you're interested during a legal job interview is to ask thoughtful questions, not just ones you could easily find online.

Love and Lust in Lawyerland

by Nicole Weber | February 11, 2015

The highly anticipated results of Vault’s Office Romance Survey are in, and as Vault’s Law Editor, I couldn’t wait to see what our friends in the...

Your Essential Guide to BigLaw Pro Bono Work

by Nicole Weber | February 04, 2015

Interested in starting your career at a large law firm, but want to size up its commitment to pro bono work? Want to read about the role of BigLaw in...

Ivy League Lawyers: Don't Mess with Texas

by Nicole Weber | January 28, 2015

Following “ the blizzard that wasn’t ,” slushy streets and ice cold temperatures have New Yorkers dreaming of more pleasant climates this week. Ever...

Can You Believe This Harvard Law Grad?

by Nicole Weber | December 11, 2014

When I read this headline in my daily ABA Journal email newsletter (“ Harvard law grad claims $4 overcharge on take-out food, seeks treble damages in...

Where the Grass is Green and Lawyers are In Demand

by Nicole Weber | October 09, 2014

“Too many lawyers” may ring true in the private sector, where plummeting hiring rates have left a high percentage of law grads without work. Big...

This Attorney Really Doesn't Want You to Go to Law School

by Kaitlin Edleman | October 07, 2014

A personal injury attorney in Illinois may have solved the nation’s underemployment crisis for law school graduates…paying them not to study law to...