Welcome back to the Law School Toolbox podcast! Today, we’re excited to have ex-BigLaw recruiter Sadie Jones with us to talk about ways to keep your job search and career planning consistent as a law student, without overdoing it.
In this episode we discuss:
- Finding a good balance between academics and career planning for each year of law school
- How much time to devote to job searching/career planning each week, and what activities to focus on
- How to track your “career” time, contacts, and activities
- Advice for part-time law school students
- What if you’re taking action consistently, but not seeing results?
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- Job Search Strategies for Law Students
- Podcast Episode 24: Job Search Basics for 1Ls
- Podcast Episode 126: How to Get People to Help with Your Job Search
- Podcast Episode 166: How to Frame Your Job Search Story (w/Sadie Jones)
- Podcast Episode 183: Changing Course in the Job Hunt (w/Ex-BigLaw Recruiter Sadie Jones)
- Podcast Episode 185: Thinking About the 2L Job Search as a 1L (w/Ex-BigLaw Recruiter Sadie Jones)
- Podcast Episode 203: Job Search Q&A (w/Ex-BigLaw Recruiter Sadie Jones)
- Podcast Episode 209: Job Hunting in a City Where You’re Not in Law School
- Podcast Episode 232: Finding a 1L Summer Job in the Spring (w/Sadie Jones)
- Podcast Episode 327: Job Search Etiquette (w/Sadie Jones)
- Getting a Jump Start on the 1L Summer Job Search
- Getting a Jump Start on the Summer Job Search: Part II
- How to Develop a 3L Job Search Strategy
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