Congratulations on landing your new job in the legal staffing industry. Choosing to work in this field is sure to present many challenging, yet exciting opportunities, but as with any new job, there is a learning curve involved. This article will provide some tips on how to make your first day at work and learning your new job a little easier.
Dear Lawcrossing, I am a Captain in the U.S. Army, currently serving on active duty. I go to law school at night, after duty hours. How do I translate my military experience (e.g., Company Commander) into language a legal recruiter will understand and appreciate?
If you're interested in the rights of others and have a good mind, solid organizational skills, and some legal experience, you can help others and find a solid career as an advocate. Of course, it is not always easy, at first, to get a paying job as an advocate, but there are plenty of volunteer opportunities that will allow you to become an advocate and gain experience before ultimately moving into a paid advocacy job.