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Perhaps you are a law student who realizes that practicing law is not what you want to do. Or maybe you are a practicing lawyer who no longer feels satisfied with your work. Whatever the reasons and whatever the timing in your career, you should know that you are not alone. A significant number of law students and lawyers every year decide to pursue a...
Perhaps you are a law student who realizes that practicing law is not what you want to do. Or maybe you are a practicing lawyer who no longer feels satisfied with your work. Whatever the reasons and whatever the timing in your career, you should know that you are not alone. A significant number of law students and lawyers every year decide to pursue a nonlegal career. If you are one of those people who feel it’s time for a change, this important book will prove to be an invaluable tool to show you what you can do with your law degree, besides practice law. More importantly, this book will illustrate how to use your legal skills to get a leg up over the competition. Now you can join the thousands of lawyers who have changed careers successfully from law school or law practice to a nonlegal career. Authors Gary A. Munneke and William D. Henslee have extensive experience in the field of legal careers. Founders of the ABA Career Series, they have contributed to these publications for over two decades. Both have written numerous books and articles, spoken on panels and seminars, and personally counseled countless law students on career issues. In this guide, they lead you step-by step through the process of assessing the special skills that legal training provides, choosing a nonlegal career, and conducting a nonlegal job search. In addition, they provide you with essential information about a variety of careers in business and industry, government and public service, associations and institutions, and entrepreneurial ventures. Finding information about nonlegal careers can be challenging in itself. To help you with the task of locating useful information, this book also contains a resource section by Ellen S. Wayne, Dean of Career Services at Columbia Law School. The resource section includes surveys, descriptions of nonlegal careers, and a listing of publishers and publications, as well as suggested readings on nonlegal careers. The average lawyer will hold five to eight jobs in the forty years between law school and retirement. Choosing and moving into a nonlegal career requires an effective analysis of your skills and strengths, combined with insight into your available options. This book provides both, and it focuses exclusively on opportunities in the nonlegal sector, which many career books address superficially or not at all.
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