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by Vault Law Editors | October 28, 2019

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When it comes to creating a legal resume, less is more: Forget the bells and whistles, and focus on drafting a polished, clear summary of your accomplishments. Your resume should be concise and easy to follow, while also providing well-written descriptions of your duties. Below are three tips to help you draft a top-notch legal resume.

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