A. Lawyers do not have to go through the same process for finding jobs that other types of professionals do, because they are already qualified by law school. However, there are still many websites that can help you find a legal position. One website I would recommend is LawCrossing, which allows attorneys to post their resume and give information about themselves so employers may contact them via email or phone call. All contacts on the site are confidential, so an attorney does not have to be concerned with having his/her name published online as well as being contacted without permission by employers who might want more specific details regarding qualifications before making hiring decisions. Another great place to look for jobs is SuperLawyers’ Candidate Search function on its website. This tool will allow you to search all job listings in one convenient location instead of having to search each separately at different sites across the web! It also provides some good tips about what kind of skills employer’s typically look for in candidates along with links back out onto SuperLawyers’ main site where you can access further information on particular job opportunities if it appears an individual meets certain criteria listed above (e.g., experience).
Q: My son has been accepted at several universities but he wants me to pay his tuition fees even though he doesn’t need any financial aid since his parents earn quite well? Should I help him out? What should my answer be?
A: For your son’s sake, please allow him attend private schools or public