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What to Do When You’re Jobless After OCI

The law school OCI program is wrapping up. While a number of law students have successfully secured employment for the summer of 2016, a great many have not. If you have found yourself in the daunting, and wholly unwelcome, position of having to extend your job search, do not despair. Contrary to popular belief, your legal career has not ended before it even started. You are, however, in a tough spot and your situation needs to be addressed immediately and aggressively. Read More >

10 Tips for Answering Business Case Questions Successfully

Landing a job in the consulting industry generally means that you're going to have to sit through any number of case interviews. The following tips are excerpted from Vault's recently-updated Guide to the Case Interview, which features many more practical tips, as well as real-life interview examples from the likes of BCG, McKinsey, A.T. Kearney and more. 1. Take Notes As your interviewer presents your case, be sure to take careful notes on the numbers or other facts given. Read More >

Announcing Vault’s New Best Midsize Law Firms to Work For Rankings

I am pleased to announce that Vault has released its first ever Best Midsize Law Firms to Work For Rankings and Nutter McClennen & Fish tops the list, a title earned through high ratings in Vault's numerous Quality of Life categories, including Satisfaction, Firm Culture, and Compensation. In the No. 2 spot is litigation boutique Caldwell Leslie & Proctor, which trails Nutter by a mere 0.067 points. Read More >

Harvard's President Explains Why You Should Go To College

Harvard President Drew Gilpin Faust was the subject of a recent Freakonomics podcast interview by host Stephen Dubner. While the whole thing is well worth listening to-Faust is enlightening on everything from the Civil War to her perspective on being Harvard's first female president to the college's endowment fund-there was one major takeaway for anyone with even a passing interest in the question of whether higher education is worth the investment. Read More >

Are Associate Cubicles the Next BigLaw Trend?

New associates at Paul Hastings' New York office are in for a novel seating arrangement when the firm moves into its new digs next year: cubicles.  Although newer associates at New York law firms often share offices with one of their peers, Paul Hastings' first- and second-year associates will be seated in pods of 12 in large areas on the ends of floors, separated from the rest of the office by glass dividers in what the firm is calling "end zones. Read More >

Day in the Life of a New York City School Teacher

Clara Lin is a first grade school teacher in New York City. Lin always knew that she wanted to work in the field of education, but she wasn't sure exactly what she wanted to do, so she decided not to pursue the traditional undergraduate path to teacher certification. After graduating from college, she decided to look for a position in adult education and soon found a position at a nonprofit teaching English to adult students from all over the world. Read More >

The Best Consulting Firms to Work For 2016

I'm delighted to announce the release of the 2016 Vault Best Consulting Firms to Work For rankings for North America-the most comprehensive ranking of employers in the consulting industry that you can find anywhere. Read More >

How I Learned to Code and Start Making Six Figures

There are two main schools of thought when it comes to technology's effects on our lives. One is that technology (and advances in technology) make our lives easier and perhaps better, giving us more information and more updated information, connecting us in ways we couldn't have dreamed of just a decade or two ago. Read More >

Debating the Affordability of an Undergraduate Degree

With the cost of college and thus student loan debt rising to ridiculous levels, there are many who believe an undergraduate degree is no longer worth pursuing. And that includes the very wealthy and very well educated. Take Peter Thiel, for example. Thiel is a big swinging PE investor and hedge fund manager who has two degrees from Stanford, co-founded PayPal, was Facebook's first external investor, and, at latest count, is worth well over $1.5 billion. Read More >

MBA Primer: Explaining the Greek Crisis

Baffled by the Greek crisis? Worried about the possibility of a question coming up on your next job or college interview about the roots of the problem? Check out this illuminating video from the ever-on-top-of-the-situation folks over at Vox. In tracing the issue back to the founding of the Euro, it serves as a great primer on which to start building your seemingly off-the-cuff response the next time "Would you recommend Grexit? Read More >


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