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Preparing an Administrative Law Judge Resume
Usually, the ALJ announcement is opened and closed within a short span of one or two days. Sometimes, the time is even less than 48 hours. So, attorneys who aspire to work as an Administrative Law Judge for the Federal government, need to have a search agent set on sniper mode for receiving alerts, as soon as announcements commence.
A Checklist for Proofing Attorney Resumes
This is a checklist for final proofing of attorney resumes and does not deal with the subject of creating or actually writing a resume. We assume that you have a finished resume on your hand and want to go over it again to find and remove errors by both editing and proofing.
Removing Irrelevant Details from Your Job Application
Irrelevant details are extremely relevant - as far as editing and shaping your cover letter and resume for a job is concerned. While it is now the trend, as well as need, to create job or position specific resumes rather than a general optimized resume, the end-result of trying to focus a resume can often be poor. One of the biggest reasons is that while candidates usually pay some professional resume writer at least once in their lives to create an optimized general resume, hiring a professional resume writer for every job applied for cannot be afforded.
Common Errors That Can Creep Into Any Attorney Resume
Errors are errors because you fail to notice them. The majority of silly mistakes like typos or proofreading errors should never have worked against a good candidate, but they do, since recruiters view these as lack of professionalism and sincerity.
Writing a Balanced Cover Letter
Writing a cover letter is an art and a cover letter can reveal much about the candidate to experienced reviewers. If the recruiter infers something against his or her liking in the cover letter itself, that can make him or her biased and reduces the chances of the candidate to receive an interview call. On the other hand, positive impressions created right at the beginning through the cover letter itself increases the chances of receiving an interview call for any candidate. This simple equation holds true as much for attorneys and legal jobs as for people in other occupational fields.
Do You Have a Proper Web Resume?
What is a resume? It is a document that briefly mentions your qualities, qualifications, work-experience and skill sets, and highlights those that demonstrate your suitability for the position of an employee or other service provider.
Unconventional Tips to Improve Your Attorney Resume
Usually, attorney resumes are conventional looking, conventionally worded, and should convey integrity and seriousness. However, we are all human and apt to make human faults that slip unknowingly into resumes and resumes created by attorneys are no exception.
Pointing Out Your Work-Roles
Attorney resumes are expected to reflect the mindset of a good attorney and should be intelligently detailed. However, lack of space and the need to finish the resume within a maximum of two pages, or preferably a single page, handicaps us from presenting much of the relevant information that could have worked for us.
What a Recruiter Sees in an Attorney Resume
Your first evaluation by a potential employer is made upon your cover letter and resume. If your resume lacks care and effort, an employer would probably anticipate your service to be of the same category. So, you cannot afford a sloppy resume.
The Ultra-short and Multi-page Creative Attorney Resume
Resumes following the basic structure of a petition are rare, but not unheard of, in the legal world, and they add a whiff of freshness to an otherwise stereotyped document. True to petition structure, the minimum and most focused information can be covered in the initial two pages while the rest of the detailed information added in as addenda or annexure.
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