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The job market for lawyers: what's the future?

It’s so hard to know the job market for lawyers will be like in the next few years.  The economic downturn has thrown most sectors into turmoil, and it’s anybody’s guess what will happen in LawWorld.  The received wisdom is that lawyers do well in bad times...

Lawyer-alum profile: Richard Sugarman (Political Science ‘92, GW Law ‘00)

Richard A. Sugarman Assistant General Counsel Boston Medical Center What’s your current position and primary practice field(s)? I am currently an Assistant General Counsel at Boston Medical Center (“BMC”).  BMC is a large full-service hospital in Boston’s South End and affiliated with Boston University School of...

Guest post: Lawyer-alum Eric Morrell’s criminal law practice

Lawyer-alum Eric Morrell is eager to share his experiences with aspiring attorneys.  In this guest post, he talks about his career path, and starting and managing a law office in criminal law, as well as providing some advice for others.  Eric is happy to speak with UMass students...

Lawyer-Alumni News: Christine Savage ('92, Political Science)

Mass. Lawyers Weekly has named Attorney Christine Savage a “Top Woman of Law” for 2010. As chair of Choate’s well-recognized healthcare practice, Ms. Savage guides a team of corporate, regulatory, and life sciences attorneys representing healthcare providers and private equity firms, technology and science companies, and investors on critical and...

More financial food for thought

Two more recent articles continue to paint a bleak financial picture for law world. Many recent law graduates finance their bar prep courses—and the eight to ten weeks of study post-law school with private loans.  A recent article on law.com tells how those loans are now becoming harder...

“Worst job market yet”

That’s the headline for the latest legal employment report from NALP, the Association for Legal Career Professionals. Reporting on the Class of 2011’s employment 9 months after graduation (February 2012), NALP found that Only 85.6% of graduates (for whom employment status was known) were employed Only 65.4% (of those for whom the employment...

Another reality check on legal careers

This article from Ari Kaplan, published in the National Law Journal, doesn’t just analyze why so many people go to law school without thoroughly researching their choice (especially the financial impacts).  He goes further to examine some of the traits of the truly successful lawyers—and it has nothing...

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