Think about this: Why do law students spend so much time prepping for cold calls and so little time prepping for interviews? With a $190,000 starting salary on the line, shouldn’t you take action to give yourself better odds at securing a job offer that will help you pay back your loans? Start thinking long-term instead of short-term.
How Can Biglaw Advice Help Your Job Search
Working with career services offices at law schools can be…challenging. Law school career services employees have to juggle hundreds of law students looking for jobs, manage relationships with employers, and coordinate with the school’s administration. And now, students must find jobs amid the toughest job market in recent memory.
The stakes are high: the starting salary for a biglaw first year associate is $190,000 in major markets and student debt is off the charts. I am passionate about helping students navigate these obstacles and have options coming out of law school.
I am providing the service I wish I had when I was in law school, for what I think is a fair price for my time and a small down payment on the chance you will have better career options.
Who am I?
- I’m a midlevel associate at a Vault 100 law firm.
- I attended a top 50 US News ranked law school.
- After 1L year, my GPA was slightly above median.
- I had multiple biglaw offers from on-campus interviewing and off-campus interviewing.
- I like my biglaw job.
- I repaid my law school student loans after 2 years.
- I want to help you have options when looking for post-law school employment.
What Do I Offer and How Much Does it Cost?
I offer 1-on-1 individualized coaching that will give you real-time feedback on your resume, job hunting strategy, and what you can do to land biglaw offers. I will provide the attention and strategic advice necessary to give yourself options when it comes to interviewing, resumes, cover letters, and helping you determine your career path.
After you complete the contact form below, I will reach out to schedule a free 30 minute phone consultation on your goals for law school and your career. I like to begin with a phone meeting to see if we are a good fit and ensure you are fully aware of the types of coaching I can provide.
If you think we are a good fit after the phone consultation, then I would send an invoice to cover the $100 introductory fee, which includes resume review and feedback, and preparing a tailored action plan with advice on how to navigate the law school job hunt.
After that, I suggest we check in via phone once per month or every other month (depending on your situation), which would be $50 per session. These sessions typically range from 30-45 minutes.
If you are interested and would like to learn more, please fill out the contact form below.
Legal Disclaimer: Nothing on this website should be construed as legal advice. This website is intended for informational purposes. Every word written here reflects my own views and opinions and not the views or opinions of any institution I have attended or any organization for which I have been affiliated with in any type of capacity.