Don’t Forget This Essential Step When Interviewing for a Legal Job

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When you work with a legal recruiter, one of the first steps is to interview with your recruiter. This interview helps your recruiter determine what you’re looking for and what skills you offer, which in turn helps them recommend job openings that provide the right fit for your current career plans. The interview can help… Read more »

How to Write a Great Recommendation Letter

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At some point in your legal career, you may be asked to write a letter of recommendation for a colleague. The letter may be part of an application for a credential, membership in a professional society, a certain job or even an academic degree. If you’re unfamiliar with writing recommendation letters, producing one can seem… Read more »

Interviewed for a Legal Job, but No Longer Interested? Here’s What to Do

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Picture this: You applied to a promising litigation assistant or legal support position. After attending an interview, however, you realized that this job isn’t going to be the right fit for you. How do you communicate your desire to look elsewhere while still maintaining the professional connections you’ve made during the process? Follow these steps:… Read more »

Practical Tips for Looking for a Legal Job in Toronto

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Finding a job in the legal field in Toronto can be a challenge, especially if you haven’t been on the job market recently. To pinpoint the best opportunities for your skills and career goals, you’ll need to connect with the right people and resources, put your best foot forward in your application and stand out… Read more »