If you are recently graduated from law school and taken your bar exams, you may have thought that you would be handed a prestigious position upon graduation, but unfortunately, that only happen in the movies. In real life, you must begin your career search before you graduate college and you can expect to "do some time" in order to gain the experience you need. Perhaps you have seen various job boards that have listed several choices such as law jobs in DC, lawyer careers, attorney job openings, law employment openings, work for lawyers, find legal jobs. Of course, there are jobs for newly graduated lawyers, but you must reach out in order to find the positions.
Another Ponzi scheme has been cracked down on in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Perhaps this event in and of itself is losing its surprise factor. It seems everywhere we turn now another scheme or another scam is coming to light. They are coming in all shapes and sizes, but mostly large. This Mutual Benefits scheme amounts to nearly $1 billion. Already nine officials connected with Mutual Benefits have pled guilty and have been sentenced to prison. The former company president, Peter Lombardi, is included in this number. His is a twenty–year term.
While intensely concentrating on getting through the law program, many law students effectively put blinders on themselves. They focus day-to-day, rather than on the future. This myopic, near-trance is what most call the legal mindset. Since they have joined law school of their own choice, knowing full well its notoriety for being tough, unforgiving and demanding, one can comprehend that this grind-it-out attitude helps them get through the drudgery and overbearing workload of law school.