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Here’s Why Lawyers Should Relocate to Atlanta

Atlanta isn’t the most obvious destination for attorneys looking to relocate or establish their professional practice. When aspiring lawyers think of where they begin their careers, they tend to imagine themselves in Manhattan or Washington DC—the respective homes of Wall...

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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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Lawyer Moms and Their Legal Careers

In my personal life, my mother was my inspiration to pursue a career in the law (she was my legal role model). Professionally, I have had the honor of getting to know many great “lawyer moms.” In honor of mother’s...

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Creating a Uniform Bar Exam | The RMN Agency, Atlanta Legal Recruiters, Atlanta Georgia

Creating a Uniform Bar Exam

If you haven’t already heard, New York announced in May that it will no longer be administering a New York specific exam, and will use the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) starting in July 2016. The New York Court of Appeals...

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Brooklyn Law School Hosts “Legal Eats” Event | The RMN Agency, Atlanta Legal Recruiters, Atlanta Georgia

Brooklyn Law School Hosts “Legal Eats” Event

Students at Brooklyn Law School are in the news yet again. This past September, the school hosted its first “Legal Eats” event, a food festival featuring local food, drink and craft entrepreneurs from around the New York City area. The...

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Brooklyn Law School Helps Unemployed Graduates | The RMN Agency, Atlanta Legal Recruiters, Atlanta Georgia

Brooklyn Law School Helps Unemployed Graduates

Finding a job post-law school graduation can be a challenge. Since the recession, the legal job market has been at an all-time low, which has been making it harder for recent graduates to find employment. According to statistics, roughly 2...

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