This past Friday I was fortunate enough to speak on a panel entitled “Pathways to Practice” at MCLE here in Boston. The program was aimed at third year law students and recent graduates with the goal of imparting some wisdom that would make it easier for those individuals to navigate the current economy and legal job market. Basically, it covered all the stuff that I’ve had to go about learning the hard way over the past two years (and some that was new to me), and I highly recommend that anyone looking for a legal job, establishing a solo practice, or thinking of doing either, go back and watch the free archived webcast here (you’ll have to register with MCLE to do so).
Unfortunately, my time ran a little short and I completely disregarded my outline as soon as I started talking, so there were some points that I had wanted to make and some advice that I had wanted to give that I wasn’t able to. So here’s my Pathways to Practice bonus material: [Read more…]