Personal career assessments and tallying of your strengths and weaknesses is essential for keeping you ready for changes. It is common for in-house attorneys and other legal staff to face the axe on short notice for any number of reasons.
The "where" has to do with more than simple geography. It may include the types of knowledge one would expect to use in the job hunt, the people internal to the organization and those served by it, as well as the everyday working conditions. "Where" would also include the level or salary you would expect if you worked in this particular organization.
Quasi legal jobs are those jobs which are not directly about practicing law, yet the experience you gain through such employment will add value to your resume when you apply in the future for an attorney position with any big law firm. To make the most of this benefit, you need to choose the job carefully. Here are a 5 important questions you should ask yourself when you consider a quasi legal job.