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How to Write a Resume for an Intellectual Property Lawyer
Intellectual property lawyers are responsible for protecting the interests and property of their clients, in court and outside of it. In many cases, an intellectual properly lawyer will actually attempt to avoid going to court, handling settlements between parties instead of bringing a case to trial. If the case goes to court, it's the attorney's job to advise and represent the client.
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What Can I Get From Attorney Job Listings?
Are you in a place where you are fresh out of law school and looking for a position? Perhaps you are looking at the world around you and finding that you are simply not in the right place with your current law firm. In any case, if it is time to move on, it is time to take a look at the various online attorney job listings that might be available to you. When you are looking to move forward and to really make your mark in your chosen profession, you will find that the way that you go about getting your job can make a great deal of difference, so make sure that you see what is out there!
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Hope for Former Lehman Brothers, Merrill Lynch Lawyers
Thousands of attorneys have been laid-off as the result of troubled financial institutions experiencing acquisitions and emergency government aid. In finding new employment, individuals will experience heavy competition and will do best to pursue smaller law firms or companies with fewer than 100 employees. The financial landscape in the United States and beyond will change as a result of the present recession, just as the recession after 9/11 impacted the airline industry. The change will involve a reconfiguration of which financial institutions find themselves at the top of the list. In addition, there will be opportunities for mid-sized financial institutions to break through.
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Writing a Resume For A Compliance Industry Position
Organizations, companies and industries must incorporate the set rules and regulations that apply to their activities and operations. In every organization, there are officers who ensure that all the activities and operations of the organization are in compliance with the set rules and regulations. These officers play a significant role in ensuring that organizations, while engaging in their various activities and operations, comply with statutes and regulations.
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Legal Secretary Resumes
When writing a resume for a legal secretary position, it is important to follow the traditional resume format. The legal professions are somewhat conservative, so the format of a legal secretary resume is similar to that of a person seeking employment in the financial sector or other segments of the economy that are more ''buttoned down'' than others.
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Functional Resumes

While not favored by some employers, a functional resume is exactly the right tool in the case of many job seekers. There are many reasons why you may choose to use a functional resume over the more familiar chronological format. A functional resume is often tagged as the resume to use when you have gaps in your employment history, or you have a career history with no obvious unifying thread between the positions you have held. However, a functional format is very appropriate to use if you seek a career shift from one industry to another or if you are a seasoned professional with extensive work experience that you seek to summarize.
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Financial Plans and Career Shifts: What Attorneys Can Do to Be the Most Marketable
Having Attorney Resume assist you in preparing a superb resume and cover letter for your present career needs will get you a first interview, but having a personal financial plan in place when you visit with potential employers will ensure your confidence, particularly when discussing compensation details.
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Submitting Resumes to Law Firms
Law firms want to know where you have worked most recently and where you went to school. If your work history has consisted primarily of firm work, a traditional, chronological resume is the best format to choose.
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Preparing a Splendid Attorney Resume With a Not-So-Splendid Work History
A functional resume format can draw attention to those areas of an individual's legal experience that he or she seeks to emphasize in a job search, even if those areas are not the former mainstay of the individual's career to date. This approach is particularly helpful when a career shift is required.
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The Use of Professional Biographies in Your Attorney Job Search
Many attorneys these days employ professional biographies to network with professional contacts or to use as marketing tools to build new business in an existing solo practice. Different from a resume, a professional bio speaks to a broader audience than just potential employers and provides a way to make people aware of your qualifications and accomplishments without the solicitation factor of a resume.
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