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A “Day in the Life” of a Law Firm Summer Associate
A “day in the life” of a law firm summer associate looked a little different in 2020. Here’s a glimpse into a typical day for summers at O’Melveny this past summer.
How to Select the Right Summer Associate Program: Advice from Law Firm Associates
Having multiple law firm offers is exciting, but how do you decide which summer associate program is right for you? Here, real law firm associates share their advice on how to choose.
Virtually Involved: Law School Extracurriculars During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Law school may look different this year due to COVID-19, but that doesn't mean your social life and networking opportunities need to sit on the sidelines. Check out our advice for finding and engaging in law school extracurriculars during the pandemic.
Advice on Preparing for Law Firm Associate Life from Current Lawyers
As a law student, it may be difficult to see how your endless hours of outlining will apply to real legal practice. Here, law firm associates share their advice for law students on preparing for life as an associate.
Keep Calm and Network On: The Introvert’s Guide to Legal Networking
Networking is an incredible tool for opening doors in your legal career, but if you are introverted, it can be particularly stressful. Here are five tips for introverts on how to tackle networking events.
Making the Most of Your Summer During the Coronavirus Pandemic: 5 Tips for Law Students
This summer may have thrown a wrench into some of your plans, but that doesn't mean that 2020 is a total wash. Read on for helpful tips on making this summer work for your legal career.
How to Make the Most of Your Virtual Summer Program
COVID-19 has prompted many law firms to introduce virtual summer programs. Read on for 10 tips on maximizing this time as a remote summer associate.
Law Students, It’s Okay to Not Be Okay During the Coronavirus Pandemic
COVID-19 has impacted life as we know it across the globe. For law students in particular, the pandemic has caused a number of challenges and disappointments. Intense emotions like anxiety, sadness, and anger are completely normal—and it's okay to adjust your goals and expectations to prioritize your mental health needs.