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Today, we’re talking about how to evaluate your summer legal job experience, and how to make sure you leave on good terms. As your summer law job is drawing to a close, here are some ways to ensure you learn as much as you can from the experience.
In this episode we discuss:
- What you need to be thinking about as your summer job comes to a close
- Handling summer evaluations
- Are there experiences you still want to have at this job?
- Lee and Alison share their summer job experiences
- Evaluating if this type of law or firm is right for you
- The importance of references from your summer job
- What type of feedback are you getting, if any?
- What can you take away from this job?
- Is it OK to reach out after you have left and gone back to school?
- How to leave gracefully and without burning any bridges
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