Punctuate Your Exit with Gratitude and Good Judgment

Vol. 39 No. 9

By

Erin Binns is assistant director for career planning at Marquette University Law School.

You have things to do before you go. You need to wrap up your summer internship or job with the same attention to detail and deliberate actions that got you the position in the first place. Your departure should be thoughtfully orchestrated. Recommendations, references, and offers can hinge on your end-of-summer behaviors and choices. The following tips are intended to assist you in closing the door on a legal position in a manner that impresses your employer and benefits you.

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