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Your resume communicates who you are to potential employers. Check these links for ideas (some are from other law schools) - and remember that the Center for Career Development can also offer advice.
Suggested Research Guides
Several law schools have created research guides related to job searching and preparing for the job market.
Quick Links for Job Searching on the Internet
There are several websites with information on jobs in the legal profession. Many allow you to create an account and post your resume so employers can contact you.
Florida Bar Career Center
The Florida Bar has current listings of attorney jobs in Florida.
Martindale-Hubbell Career Center
International in scope, this site has information on jobs for attorneys, paralegals, in-house counsel and other legal professionals.
The employment section of law.com is free to use for job-seekers looking for legal employment.
Law Crossing has a vast number of postings - some geared specifically to law students.
Indeed is a broad-based employment website that is customizable by job title, location, and desired salary, among other categories. The link provided is for attorney jobs.
The Careerist - Attorney Employment Blog