How can I help You become a fellow Employed Lawyer?

by Christopher Simmons on November 14, 2013

Law Jobs - Law Clerk - Lawyer - Attorney - 280px (EmployedLawyer.com) 11-14-13Looking for an outstanding clerkship or attorney position?

I know it can be very hard to find a good job as a graduating law student or a new attorney. I sure had a hard time back in 1998 when I finished at UNC Law School. I had studied hard and learned a lot – much of it I would later actually use as an Assistant DA, as a civil litigation attorney with a large firm in Miami, and in my own private practice as well as public service back in North Carolina. I certainly didn’t graduate near the top of my class, and getting started as an actual employed lawyer was a little touch and go. But I have worked hard and been very fortunate.

I’ve Had Some Great Summer Clerks

In the past several years, I have also been very lucky to have had several, outstanding law clerks. They have been real go-getters who have learned some key areas of the law, done very well, and helped me and my client quite a bit.

Helping Them and Other Law Students & Recent Grads

Now, I want to do what I can to continue to help them and and to help other law students and recent law school grads find good positions working as

  • Law Clerks
  • New Associates
  • Government Lawyers or
  • New, Solo Practitioners.

Help can I help you?

I could start by telling you everything I think you should know and what you should do starting right now, but I don’t think that’s the best way to help you become a successful and happy attorney.

So, instead, I’m starting by asking about you, beginning with what position you want to go after. You can let me know right here:

I’m looking forward to hearing from you and to seeing how I might be able to be of help.

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