RMN'S Blog

Super Bowl Lessons for Lawyers

Atlanta will be hosting the 53rd Super Bowl, where the Pats and the Rams will face off. We would like to take a quick moment to pay homage to a sporting event that has really become a staple of our...

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Tips to Develop Your Legal Career

Whether you’re happily employed and ready to climb the ladder, or just hanging in there while you’re looking for something better, it is important for you to remember that to grow as an attorney, you must advocate for yourself and...

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Advancing as In-House Counsel

You’ve gone in house. You’ve made it right? Or maybe you’re not in house and want to make it in house because then you’re set—right? Sort of. On the one hand, you’ve tossed away the billable hour—but that does not...

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Need a New Legal Career in the New Year?

Not sure if you should be looking for a new job in the new year? Maybe you’re content with your current job, but want to know if the grass is greener on the other side? If these thoughts crossed your...

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What Legal Recruiters Look for in Candidates

Do you remember what your first encounter with a legal recruiter was like? Did you hear a recruiter speak during a law school career panel? Maybe you had a drink at a bar association networking event? Or were you the...

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To BigLaw or Not to BigLaw? (Part II)

Is being a “BigLaw” attorney really a viable career track? It is—if you are in Atlanta! (Okay…technically, BigLaw is a viable career track if you are in the right market—Atlanta happens to be one of the right markets). According to...

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To BigLaw or Not to BigLaw? (Part I)

In the past couple of months, the pay scale for BigLaw associates have climbed to a dizzying $190,000 in NYC. Of course, that paycheck comes at a price: billable hours, demanding clients, and high costs of living. It leaves many...

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Steps for First Year Attorneys to Create a Successful Legal Career

Excited to start your new role as a law firm associate? You’ve probably heard the scary stories (the hours, complex matters, and stress). Hopefully you learned of the rewards as well: the monetary compensation, work experience, and learning from some...

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What Laterals Should Plan For When Planning To Relocate

If you are an attorney thinking about taking your career to another market—or if you are the type of attorney who has always been open to relocation so that you may advance your career—there are some important points to keep...

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Pro-Tip to Secure the Perfect Legal Job: Writing an Excellent Follow-Up

What advice have you heard about “following up” with your interviewer? Do you write a card (because “no one sends cards anymore”) or do you send a follow up email (again, because “no one sends cards anymore”)? Is your message...

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