Posted: September 5th, 2012
The Office of Career & Professional Development presents:
Finding Success in a Tough Legal Market: Advice & Perspectives from Richard L. Hermann, Esq., professor, author and speaker
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Room 1312 – Courtroom
A program to discuss the effect of the economy on various legal employment settings and to offer suggestions to students on how you can achieve success in the job search.
Richard L. Hermann, Esq. is a graduate of Yale University and Cornell Law School. His diverse professional background includes:
· Legal Consultant, US Department of Justice, Defense, & FEMA
· US Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps, JAG Officer
· US Department of Energy, Attorney
· US Department of Defense, Attorney
· National Public Radio (NPR), Legal Commentator
Mr. Hermann is currently a law professor and an accomplished author, blogger, op-ed columnist and sought-after speaker on topics related to legal careers and the legal market. Some of his books include:
From Lemons to Lemonade in the New Legal Job Market:
Winning Job Search Strategies for Entry-Level Attorneys
Landing a Federal Legal Job: Solving the US Government Job Market
Managing Your Legal Career: Best Practices for Creating the Career You Want
The Lawyer’s Guide to Job Security: How to Keep Your Job – and Make the Most of It– in Good Times and Bad
The Lawyer’s Guide to Finding Success in Any Job Market
Mr. Hermann’s presentation will draw from his career, as well as all of his books including his forthcoming ABA book, Back to Nature: Practicing Law in Small-Town America.
Books will be available for purchase (student discount with student ID) outside of the courtroom, before and after the program.
Book Signing Times: 11:15-11:50am and 12:50-1:30pm
Please RSVP for the presentation by clicking the Events tab and finding this program in Symplicity by Friday, September 7th to reserve lunch. This program is a career education program for the 1L Career & Professional Development Certificate of Completion.