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  1. America's Greatest Places to Work with a Law Degree (Career Guides)
    America's Greatest Places to Work with a Law Degree (Career Guides)
    America's Greatest Places to Work with a Law Degree (Career Guides)
    America's Greatest Places to Work with a Law Degree (Career Guides)
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  2. America's Greatest Places to Work with a Law Degree (Career Guides)

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Law school administrators around the country were asked "Where do your happiest graduates work?" The responses revealed the employers profiled in this publication. You'll learn about a variety of places, including the 250 best law firms to work for, traditional and non-traditional employers, glamorous sports and entertainment lawyers, or other jobs that sound too good to be true, as well as companies where law graduates love to work. Beyond learning about incredible employers, you'll also learn expert tips for making the most of your job, no matter where you work.

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Kimm Walton
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This book does a good job of bring together a lot of information but today with the internet all of this information can be easily found. It offers such great ideas as "Why don't you work for an NFL team? Here is the phone number to the Arizona Cardinals...." Hey why didn't I think of that? Why don't I take my JD and become the President of the United States?
I read this book before I went to law school and during my recruiting season, and found it to be a very helpful and comprehensive resource. The book discusses many different employers, ranging from law firms, companies, clerkships, government jobs (including some agencies that people may not be aware of), small firms, public interest jobs, trade associations and law school administration jobs. Most of the companies/firms, etc. listed contain a brief factual description of the workplace, comments by lawyers and a description of the workplace environment. There is also advice on how to obtain some of the more unusual positions.
Although I usually do not like to comment on reviews written by other people, there are a few things written about this book that I believe are unfair to the author. First of all, yes some of the salary numbers and hiring numbers are out of date - this is to be expected when these numbers change yearly. That information is easily found on the internet... Read more
This book has some tactics that may work for law students, i.e. the strategies for internships with organizations that a student's career planning and placement center might not know about. However, aside from such suggestions, I found the book woefully out of date, unrealistic, and/or dead wrong.
Saying that the DOJ is "hands down" the best place to work, for example, is questionable in 2004. Would you, as Walton says DOJs do, feel a quiver run up your spine when you announce "I represent the United States" in court if you were defending the U.S. for example, in the current case of a Syrian born Canadian citizen whom John Ashcroft knowingly deported to Syria, where he was tortured for over 10 months before the Candadians could get him out?" NOT...The public firm representing that client, the Center for Constitutional Rights, by the way, is breaking ground in a big way since 9/11 by taking the lead in unpopular cases defending Muslims and Arabs. However, that organization is... Read more
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