9 Steps to Nail the College Career Fair

The big day has come. You have made it to the job fair, you are dressed professionally and focused. So, now what?

It is important to understand that campus recruiters travel a lot, do multiple careers fairs, and are under great pressure to …

By Firsthand
We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
Read more »

Path 2 Success

New “Path 2 Success” web pages guide RU-N undergraduate students to academic and career success, connecting students in all schools with the information, services, and resources needed to reach their goals!

First-years, sophomores, juniors, and seniors have pages curated specifically …

By Mary [uConnect]
Mary [uConnect] Customer Success Manager
Read more »

Announcing the Vault Law 2024 Midsize Regional Prestige and Midsize Best Law Firms to Work For Rankings, Plus the Top 150 Under 150 List

Rounding out Vault Law’s 2024 rankings season, the midsize rankings for regional prestige and quality of life are official, as is the 2024 Top 150 Under 150 list. “Susman Godfrey held onto its No.1 spots in New York and …

Read more »

Maximizing Your Summer Associate Experience: Insights from Paul, Weiss Corporate Attorneys

Curious how you can make the most of your time as a summer associate? From hands-on training to the chance to work with industry leaders, a typical day in the Paul, Weiss summer program is packed with opportunities. In this …

Read more »

Why Your Organization Should Close in Celebration of Juneteenth

Illustration by Marian Blair

Alongside a growing number of employers across the country, the Idealist office is closed on Monday, June 19 in celebration of Juneteenth, which commemorates the official ending of slavery in the United States on June 19th, 1865.

Read more »

Six Tips for Attorneys of Color to Find and Work with Mentors and Sponsors

Monica R. Parker, Esq., is the Director of Diversity & Inclusion and Community Outreach at Bracewell LLP. A former practicing attorney, Monica has worked in professional development and diversity & inclusion with law firms and other organizations for a number …

Read more »

Interview Insight from Ten Top-Ranked Law Firms

Mock interviews are an important part of recruitment preparation. You are likely able to field standard questions like, “Why did you go to law school?” and “Why our firm?” without much trouble, but it’s harder to anticipate the behavioral, personal, …

Read more »

Announcing Vault Law’s New Summer Resource Center

Navigating the law firm recruiting process can be daunting—from the expanding window during which interviews are possible, to the mix of virtual and in-person meetings, to distinguishing one firm from another. If you strike the right balance of interested and …

Read more »

Selecting Courses After Your First Year of Law School

Congratulations, first-year law students, you’re on the cusp of finishing your 1L year! You’ve successfully navigated vast quantities of statutes and case law, case briefing, legal writing and research, outlining, and cumulative exams with extensive (and sometimes inane) fact patterns. …

Read more »

Demystifying Law School for the Next Generation

Law school can feel out of reach for many individuals because of rising application costs as well as other barriers to access. The new Launchpad Scholars Program seeks to lower those barriers for the next generation — and you can …

Read more »

Benefits and Drawbacks of Clerkships

Clerkships are an excellent way to begin your legal career. Taking a year or two to clerk before you work at a firm or for an agency can be a big benefit to you in the long run, both in …

Read more »

Critical steps for students seeking legal careers in social justice

It’s no secret that the law impacts every facet of our lives, whether it be education, housing, or the economy, from the municipal to the state to the federal level. We have been taught that everyone is equal before the …

By College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
Read more »