Are your resume and cover letter ready to send out today? Many law students wait until they’re under the gun to craft their job application materials. The truth is you should write your resume now to avoid having to rush and create one when an opportunity presents itself.
Not all resumes and cover letters are created equal. Find out what makes a law student resume and cover letter stand out in a sea of applicants!
In this episode we talk about:
- Why you should do your resume and cover letter early in law school
- What your resume needs to convey
- How long the average hiring manager looks at your resume
- Learning to look at your resume from different perspectives
- How to make your resume stand out in a crowded field
- Common resume problems
- How to elaborate on a short resume
- How to explain experience that isn’t obviously related
- How you can get more experience for your resume
- Crafting different resumes for different types of jobs
- Where to get help writing your resume and cover letter
- The importance of consistency on LinkedIn and other social media profiles
Good luck in the job hunt!
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