Attorney Resume Secrets Revealed - eBook
This e-book delves into the intricacies involved in writing effective resumes for attorneys and allied legal professionals. Due to the critical role that resumes and cover letters play in the job placement process, this e-book is an essential read for anyone in the market for a job. It guides you through each step of the resume writing process, providing valuable insight from beginning to end.
This e-book does more than provide basic resume and cover letter formatting information. It educates you on the methods of marketing yourself and your best qualities as an attorney to employers. It presents you with the ability to create a choice resume to land your dream job.
Attorney Resume Secrets Revealed divulges what employers look for in a resume and what information is best left out. It addresses the uses of the resume’s summary section and the options for listing educational background, work experience, and other qualifications including legal internships, clerkships, and summer associate positions. It also provides information on the implementation of other key information, including bar admissions, representative transactions, community services, and publications.
Many candidates must address employment gaps, terminations, job hopping, and other job history flaws in their resume and Attorney Resume Secrets Revealed explains just how to do that. It offers layout and format suggestions that can help play down these blemishes and demonstrates ways to grab the employer’s attention and hold it.
The e-book also discusses the significance of the cover letter and offers valuable advice for creating a suitable cover letter based on your individual situation, which could run the gamut from an inexperienced to an over-qualified attorney candidate. Resume and job hunting myths are also tackled, along with post interview etiquette and follow-up procedures.
A good resume gets you the interview and ultimately earns you the job. The e-book recognizes this simple concept and teaches you how to complete the first step and possibly most important step in the process…the resume.