When exploring law degree jobs, you want to be in touch with your skill sets and strengths in addition to your interests. If you struggle to identify your skills, think back to things you’ve done in your past – whether it’s your first job, a recent job, extracurricular activities in high school, college, volunteer work, etc. This is where being well rounded pays off – because all of the different things you’ve done in your life, combined with the skill set you gain from law school, helps you bring something special to the table.
You’ll write down your skills from the past and present when you fill out The Career Mirror, my free self-assessment tool. Click here to get it. As today’s guest, attorney PJ Hoffman, says in our discussion on this topic, the skills from your past are refined by law school to help make you successful. Check it out:
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