As the economy slows, law students have every reason to be worried about their job hunt. So consultant Ari Kaplan advises students to create opportunities that connect them with prospective employers or future clients and make them memorable. "Intangible factors can make a difference, especially if the academic credentials are not as strong," says Robert Cote, managing partner of McKool Smith's New York office. Kaplan lists some strategies students can try in order to make a lasting impression.
How to Get Noticed by Potential Employers
The American Lawyer
October 15, 2008