|Should I apply to a law firm even if I do not meet all of the requirements listed in the job posting?|
Generally speaking, the more specific a firm is in the requirements it lists, the more likely they are going to stay within the requirements.
|Essential requirements to be a successful Law Librarian|
Love the smell of legal texts in the morning? Maybe you should consider becoming a law librarian! Law librarians work in law schools, law firms, and government law libraries; and even though the word ''librarian'' may also bring to mind the word ''boring,'' the job of a law librarian is anything but dull.
|Do I Need to Meet the Patent Experience Requirements for Patent Agent Opportunities at Major Law Firms?|
Do I Need to Meet the Patent Experience Requirements for Patent Agent Opportunities at Major Law Firms?
|Requirements for Practice in different law school|
In New York and most other states, the bar exam is not the only requirement you must fulfill in order to be admitted to practice. Many states also require you to pass the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (the MPRE or the Ethics Exam for short). Compared to the Multistate, the Ethics Exam doesn't take so long to grade, it's much easier to pass, and all of the jurisdictions that require it will let you transfer your scores from an ...
|Basic Requirements and qualifications necessary for a Paralegal|
The paralegal field is constantly growing, which means more and more people are interested in attending school for this career. Many of the people that are looking into schooling to become a paralegal are generally working adults who are looking for a career change. Because of this, there is the need for online courses, as a lot of the working adults do not have the flexible time needed to attend a more traditional school.
|Five Reasons Why Paralegals Don’t Want to Become Attorneys|
There may be many articles out there discussing why paralegals want to become attorneys and ways to become an attorney, but this article discusses a few reasons for which paralegals do not want to become attorneys. Although many paralegals like going to a law school to capitalize on their work-experience, there are others who would like to avoid becoming an attorney because they would like to continue working in law firms or businesses as paral ...
|Law School can help you become a Lobbyist|
You don't need a law degree to become a lobbyist, but that has not stopped a number of lawyers from entering the lobbyist playing field. And though a law degree is an added advantage, it's hands-on experience and who you know that count.
|Asia Predicted to Become the Number One International Legal Market|
Asia predicted to become the number one international legal marketBaker Donelson joins with Chinese organizationLaw firm pro bono efforts rewarded
|The unorthodox path of "reading the law", become "law readers" and enter the field of Law|
In Robert Frost's famous poem ''The Road Not Taken,'' the narrator takes the path less traveled and claims that it makes ''all the difference.'' For attorneys, there is definitely a typical path that leads from high school to college to law school and then on to a job as a lawyer. There is also a not-so-typical path that is followed by the few and far between—but does this alternative path really make all the difference?
|Become an Expert and Double Your Worth|
Asking for a promotion (and the big raise that goes with it) ranks right up there with an appearance on Fear Factor - a frightening scenario with no guarantee of success.