Lead Me to a Job

As part of her Lunch-n-Learn program, Sharon Bradley highlighted two databases that are useful for a job search.

  • ALM Legal Intelligence – Law firm profiles prepared by ALM, publisher of the American Lawyer and National Law Journal. Provides rankings and surveys on leading firms covering the areas of hiring practices, demographics, revenues and more.
  • Leadership Library – Also known as the Yellow Book Directories, provides contact and background information on over 40,000+ leading U.S. government agencies, courts, business, law firms, professional associations, and nonprofit organizations.

She also presented information about Evernote, a useful tool for organizing your job search and the massive amount of information that can be generated. Here are some useful links to learn more about Evernote.

Evernote in Law Practice

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