Starting Now: Effective Job-Hunting Techniques

Law School, 2nd Floor Commons

Wednesday, April 11, 2012 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

You have each read or heard stories about the challenging job market for law graduates. What you need to hear is how students from Creighton found jobs they really wanted through networking and direct contact with prospective employers. Chris Jackman and Ryan Sandstrom, two present third-year students here at Creighton, have each landed jobs they really wanted. In fact, both of them had multiple offers. Chris will be going to Seattle, Washington, and Ryan to Mesa, Arizona. Neither of them started out knowing the legal community in either place but both of them knew these were the areas of the country where they wanted to live and practice law. Come listen to how they accomplished this. You will be inspired to use the same effective techniques in your own job search.

Starting Now: Effective Job-Hunting Techniques
Chris Jackman & Ryan Sandstrom
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
2:30-3:30 p.m.
The Commons
Snacks provided

Each of you has skills and talents to bring to the practice of law. Come listen to the simple techniques these soon-to-be graduates used to create contacts, find a mentor, get job interviews and connect with the legal community in their chosen locale. The techniques that worked for them, can work for you. Both started to use these techniques at the end of their first year in law school. Find out what you should be starting now to make your dream of practice a reality.

Contact Info

Karen Dixon
(402) 280-3094

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