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Which Lawyer Training Model is Right for You?

It's about that time of year when top candidates are sitting on multiple offers for summer associate positions, agonizing over which firm to choose. A firm can have the most high-profile group in your chosen practice area, or it may give the best bonuses, or it may be known for having a really "laid-back" or "fun" culture. None of that matters at the end of the day if new associates aren't learning how to practice law. Read More >

Careers in Whistleblowing

Didn't get the bonus you were hoping for? Your firm's salary freeze going on a decade? Rents rising faster than a helium balloon torn from the wrist of a three-year old boy? Not to fear, because the SEC's whistleblower program is here-and could just be your ticket to a life outside of a four-by-four foot cube in a dungeon-like room with no sunlight in sight. Read More >

McKinsey Named Top Consulting Firm to Work For in Europe

The results of our final consulting rankings for the year are in, and once again it is McKinsey that has dominated the prestige and Best to Work For categories in Europe-with Bain also emerging (surprise!) as one of the best firms to work for in the region (as both firms are wherever they operate). Read More >

Can You Do Anything with a Law Degree? DC Lawyers Say Yes

When I lived in Washington, DC, I regularly frequented the delicious bakery CakeLove to buy cupcakes for friends' birthdays, or just to snag a few fresh-baked morsels from the free sample plate.  According to CakeLove's website, its founder Warren Brown "left a career practicing law to pursue his passion for baking." That was nearly 15 years ago, and today the DC food scene is full of ex-attorneys, reports The Washington Post. Read More >

Would You Rather Be Poor and Happy in Portland or Rich and Miserable in New York?

Although there are few job opportunities in Portland, Oregon, and its skies are gray more often than they're blue, unemployed young people keep moving to the city in significant numbers. According to the New York Times (and to handful of friends of mine who've migrated to the Pacific in recent years), the reason they go west is for the natural beauty and easier-going lifestyle. That is, no one's moving there for work or money. Read More >

3 Strategies to Make You a Better Public Speaker

Author and presidential speechwriter James Humes once commented, "Every time you have to speak, you are auditioning for leadership." Talk about pressure! Let's face it: if every single time you get ready to share your proposal, pitch, or project with your colleagues, clients or boss you think to yourself, "This is an audition for my professional future, so don't blow it, dammit!" you're likely to buckle under the pressure. Or just decide to keep your mouth shut. Read More >

Can This Initiative Make Your Student Loan Debt Disappear?

Ever heard of Strike Debt? No? Well, if you have privately financed student loan debt, you should pay attention.  It turns out that Occupy Wall Street is still around, and the activist movement is trying to occupy your bank account, in a good way. Occupy Wall Street's offshoot, Strike Debt, has recently eliminated $3.8 million of student loan debt. Strike Debt purchased $3. Read More >

Why Are Wall Street Women So Unsatisfied?

Last week I examined how much better Ivy League grads have it on Wall Street compared to non-Ivy Leaguers. This week I turn to women vs. men-specifically to women and men at the two most prestigious investment banks on the planet: Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. I was curious to see, parsing our latest Banking Survey data, the difference between how men and women at GS and MS rate their respective firms in various workplace categories. Read More >

No Boys Allowed: Is an All-Female Ride-Sharing Service Illegal?

When I heard about the new ride-share app that allows female riders to request female drivers, I thought "it's about time." SheTaxis, or SheRides as it will be called in New York City due to city regulations, is aimed at female passengers who would feel more comfortable with a woman behind the wheel, and/or who would prefer not to hop in a car with a male stranger. Any woman who has taken a cab alone can understand why this is a great idea. Read More >

Do Ivy League Grads Have More Fun on Wall Street?

If you went to undergrad at one of the so-called Ancient Eight and work on Wall Street, chances are you're having a much better time than your non-Ivy League-educated colleagues.  That's what data from Vault's latest Banking Survey suggests. Consider the below table, in which we compare the ratings that Ivy League-educated banking professionals gave their firms in various workplace categories with those that non-Ivy League grads gave their firms. Read More >

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