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Career Diplomacy -- now in its second edition -- is an insider's guide that examines the foreign service as an institution, a profession, and a career. Harry W. Kopp and Charles A. Gillespie, both of whom had long and distinguished careers in the foreign service, provide a full and well-rounded picture of the organization, its place in history, its strengths and weaknesses, and its role in American foreign affairs.
Landing a Federal Legal Job is designed to give you the edge in pursuing a U.S. government attorney or law-related position over your competitors, but also to provide a solid understanding of the U.S. government''s legal employment opportunities and hiring processes so that you can make an intelligent decision about whether you want to work for-and where you want to work within-this giant legal system.
This book is a guide for college students exploring career options who are interested in working to promote peacebuilding and the resolution of conflict. High school students, particularly those starting to consider college and careers, can also benefit from this book.A major feature of the book is 30 stories from young professionals, most recently graduated from college, who are working in the field.
The Marble and the Sculptor provides readers with a clear path from law student to lawyer, with a fundamental understanding of what it expected of him or her as a new attorney: the triumphs and tragedies, the ups and downs, and the wins and losses. It will provide a foundation from which new lawyers can grow and build their own successful careers. In other words, it is THE go-to handbook for all aspiring new lawyers.
provides specific, realistic, and honest advice on alternative careers for lawyers. Unlike generic career guides, Life After Law shows lawyers how to reframe their legal experience to their competitive advantage, no matter how long they have been in or out of practice, to find work they truly love. Brown herself moved from a high-powered partnership into an alternative career and draws from this experience, as well as that of dozens of former practicing attorneys, in the book. She acknowledges that changing careers is hard–much harder than it was for most lawyers to get their first legal job after law school–but it can ultimately be more fulfilling for many than a life in law.Life After Law offers an alternative framework and valuable analytic tools for potential careers to help launch lawyers into new fields and make them attractive hires for non-legal employers.
Like so many other professionals, lawyers can benefit from a coach, a mentor, as you embark on your legal career. This book is written to do just that. Thrive will improve your performance, save you some very real growing pains, and accelerate your legal career. It's perfect for lawyers who are just beginning their careers, who want to do more than show up, act eagerly, and not get fired.