Tune in to our latest podcast for some great tips on how to make the most of your summer law job!
It’s that time of year. Those law students lucky enough to land a summer law job this year are settling in to their clerking jobs with private law firms, government agencies, or not-for-profit organizations. If you’ve been fortunate enough to score one of these coveted positions, you’ll want to check out our new podcast, How To Succeed as a Summer Associate: Advice to Help Turn Your Summer Law Job into a Permanent Position.
The show covers the current climate for summers, how to find the right work, strategies for the best way to balance assignments, tips for tackling legal research, and advice on how to avoid landmines in social events. Guests for this segment include Kara Nelson, Foley & Lardner’s National Director of Legal Recruiting, Wendy Siegel, the Director for Recruiting and Marketing, Office of Career Services at NYU School of Law, Sabina Clorfeine, co-author of The Summer Associate’s Guide to a Permanent Job Offer, and Elie Mystal, editor of Above the Law.
Our panel of experts run through some of the do’s and don’ts for summer legal employment and offer tips to help you appropriately navigate summer associate internships, especially during challenging economic times. Click hereto listen to the show!