A tough economy presents challenges both for law students and for the career advisers who are trying to help them prepare for the summer/fall interviewing season. Students, already nervous about large law school debt, are feeling even more pressure with a shrinking economy, layoffs and delayed start dates for the recent graduating class. William Chamberlain, a career adviser at Northwestern University School of Law, explains what students can do -- and not do -- to prepare for job interviews.
How Scared Students Should Tackle Job Interviews
The National Law Journal
July 23, 2008