Seeking a Job During a Global Pandemic Requires a Solid Plan

Andrew C. Clark
You must convince the person across the table that you can generate quality work and deliver value that is competitive in the marketplace.

You must convince the person across the table that you can generate quality work and deliver value that is competitive in the marketplace.

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You recently took your bar exam, but the results may seem secondary to student loan repayments and the glaring absence of an attorney position waiting on the other side. Your mind is frantically pondering a host of questions: Are there are any other job posting boards? Is it too early for a career change? Should I open my own practice? How can I better utilize my network? Should I shift my focus to non-attorney positions? Can I please have the last three years back? Finally, as you tread dangerously close to an aneurism, you hear the good news: You passed. Congratulations, your new full-time job is to make people hire you.

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