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Building Meaningful Pro Bono Experience as a BigLaw Attorney

by Gibson Dunn | June 19, 2019

A career in BigLaw and meaningful pro bono experience do not have to be mutually exclusive, especially if you select a firm that fully supports pro bono work. In this post, Gibson Dunn lawyers share some of their experiences working on high-profile matters—including the travel ban and the family separation policy—and ways that pro bono work has been particularly meaningful to them.

Living Your Best Life at McKinsey

by McKinsey & Company | June 19, 2019

Take an inside look at the key resources McKinsey & Company has in place to ensure its consultants are living full, well-rounded, and satisfying lives.

3 Common Interview Tips NOT to Take

by Derek Loosvelt | June 18, 2019

Interviews are stressful, so it's understandable to want to get as much advice about them as possible. However, some interview advice can hurt rather than help you. Here are three common tips to beware of.

5 Signs Your Boss Doesn't Like You on a Personal Level

by Leah Thomas via Fairygodboss | June 18, 2019

It can be hard to spot the difference between a boss trying to do her job in a fair way and a boss who has a problem with you on a personal level. So here are some red flags that indicate your situation might be verging into the "personal problem" territory.

7 Ways To Find Job Openings Without Using Job Boards

by Lisa Rangel | June 17, 2019

Spending most of your job-search time on job boards is an addictive, time suck spiral. Here's how to find openings outside of job boards.

5 Tips for Staying Healthy and Energized During OCI

by Diane Costigan, Winston & Strawn Director of Coaching and Well-Being | June 17, 2019

The summer associate interview process can feel like a whirlwind, and you may find yourself falling into unhealthy habits. Here, Winston & Strawn's Director of Coaching and Well-Being shares tips on how to keep yourself healthy and grounded during OCI.

4 Easy Ways to Keep Up with Current Events and Grow Your Global Fluency

by Rachel Halpern | June 13, 2019

Here are tips for how to stay up to date on current events, increase your global fluency, and better position yourself to impress future employers.

4 Options for International Students Who Don’t Win the H-1B Visa Lottery

by Marcelo Barros | June 13, 2019

This year, thousands of international students across the U.S. will not receive H-1B visas. However, all is not lost for students who receive bad news from the H-1B visa lottery. Here are a few options unlucky international students can consider to try to keep their jobs.

This Trick Will Help You Gain Will Power and Get a New Job

by Derek Loosvelt | June 12, 2019

If you want a new job but are having trouble getting motivated to do all that's needed to succeed in your search, you'll want to try this "trick."

Six Things to Avoid During Summer Associate Interviewing

by Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP | June 12, 2019

Even the best candidates can fall short during the summer associate recruiting process if they are not properly prepared. Here, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP shares six things to avoid while interviewing for a summer position at a law firm.

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