RMN’s Blog

Office Reveal Party

The RMN Global Search team had 40 close friends, family, and professionals from the community attend our new office reveal party last night. Everyone enjoyed the good music, delicious food, and excellent refreshments as we all socialized with old and...

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Outdated and Unusual Laws

                In the United States and internationally, there are numerous laws that are technically still in the books despite being outdated and unusual for modern times. In the United States, rather than having...

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Myths About Workaholics

Do workaholics get more negative recognition than necessary? According to studies, the perceived harmful effects from overworking are not from the amount of work given, but the person’s beliefs and emotions related to the work. David Ogilvy, a famous advertising...

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What Is an Equity Partner?

Becoming a partner in a law firm is a long-term goal for most associates, spending several years working, building the experience and skill set it takes in hopes of getting promoted to partnership. Once they have acquired their status in...

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Relocating for a Job

        Job relocation is becoming more common in the global economy as more law firms are starting to expand to new locations both nationally and internationally. Atlas Van Line’s 46th Annual Corporate Relocation Survey stated that, in 2012, 61% of...

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Moving from Private Practice to In-House

        Moving from being a private practice attorney to an in-house attorney has been viewed as a relief to one’s busy life. However, with more demands on attorneys, the myth of moving in-house to be more relaxed...

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Catfishing: A Rise in Online Impersonation

      Finding ways to protect people from online impersonation has been growing in recent times as the number of victims of e-impersonation, a new phenomenon known as catfishing, has risen. Brought into the spotlight by the MTV show Catfish, and...

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Getting a Job With a Low GPA or Not Attending a Top School

Getting a job at a top-tier law firm with a low GPA or without attending one of the top law schools is possible despite employers putting a significant amount of emphasis on a high GPA and school attendance. If you...

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Setting Goals

          In an attempt to follow up after my last post about New Years Resolutions, I wanted to give you some more concrete ways to stick  to your goals and measure your levels of success along...

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Stealth Lawyer: Kelly Newsome, Yoga Instructor

Kelly transitions from a practicing attorney to a yoga instructor to improve her quality of life.  She now enjoys helping other hard working women achieve peace and balance in their own lives.  I wanted to share Kelly's inspiring story on...

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