Today’s News Informs Tomorrow’s Law Jobs
Richard L. Hermann has long been a proponent of mining what he views as the “hidden legal job market.” Labeled as “hidden” because these employment opportunities are not necessarily available through conventional job postings, Hermann counsels law graduates to become a trends analyst and focus on where the jobs are going to be. Successful job seekers need to monitor and research the news, legislative bodies, corporate earnings and more.
Monitor Those “Lawyers in Transition” News Items
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