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On this page you will find the blog’s cornerstone posts on finding a legal job in today’s market. Please spend some time looking around, and let me know if you have any questions.
Building skills through volunteering
Volunteer opportunities for law students – Learn what to look out for in a volunteer position and how it may help you secure a legal job when you finish uni. Graduate employment for law students is highly competitive, and undertaking volunteer work is one way to gain valuable skills while you’re still studying.
The fundamentals of clerkships
Legal clerkships: what are they, and why are they important? – Legal clerkships (also known as law clerkships or internships) can be a prerequisite for obtaining graduate legal jobs in many firms. Learn everything you need to know about the clerkship process so that you’re prepared when it’s your turn to apply.
Clerkships – the application
Guide to clerkship applications – OK, so you know what a clerkship is – how do you go about effectively applying to give yourself the best chance? This is a simple, no-nonsense guide on how to approach clerkship season (or any other type of internship or job application). Take a look – the sooner you start preparing, the better off you’ll be!
Networking your way to success
A guide to successful networking – The idea of networking is simple, but it’s a little bit harder (and more terrifying) in practice. Here are some easy tips to follow to get the most out of networking. The idea is to create as many different kinds of opportunities for yourself as you can!
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