What does it take to become an employment attorney? Employment attorneys advocate for employees who feel certain legal rights have been denied. Employment attorneys can also advocate for employers who feel that employees have wrongly accused them of misconduct.
Whether you are in New York or in California, Texas or in New Jersey, attorney employment is everywhere across the United States. In government agencies or insurance companies, in private law firms or in litigation, there are thousands of vacancies you can find in the legal profession and, as research shows, will continue to be in abundance until 2014 and even beyond.
For those attorneys who have been laid off or otherwise told that they must find alternate employment, to what extent does a period of unemployment really hurt their chances of securing their next job?