Don't Waste the Crisis
Uncertain About Your Future? Worried About Getting a Job? You Should Be — Get to Work
It may not be time for desperate measures quite yet, but career services offices at Texas law schools are doing more this year to help worried students find clerkships and permanent positions as the troubled economy crimps the job market. Karen Sargent (pictured), director of career services at SMU's law school, says students must "call on their inner strengths and resources and adjust their expectations."
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