Document Type

News Article

Publication Date

1-4-2013

Abstract

Much — perhaps too much — has been written about the skills one needs to obtain a legal job. From our point of view as administrators on either end of the law school experience, it is clear that many of the attributes sought by law school admissions committees are akin to those sought by prospective employers. We counsel students and attorneys to consider how the "soft skills" they relied on to gain entry to law school will serve them equally well as job seekers.

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Originally posted in The Recorder, Jan. 4, 2013. Posted with permission.