Latest Posts for Job Seekers

September 22, 2020

As the new school year starts every law school professor looking for a position in the field has this question on their mind: Will law schools hire this year? 

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September 15, 2020

The work created in the legal field when the COVID-19 pandemic first became a known threat in the United States—securing federal loans, as an example—may be silencing now. However, as the U.S. continues to cope with the consequences of the coronavirus, law firms are continuing to adapt their practice offerings.

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Working Remote

September 9, 2020

Working from home is here to stay for a while in the legal field amid the COVID-19 pandemic. So when are lawyers and their staff expected to come back into the office? Not until 2021, according to several law firms. 

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Latest Posts for Employers
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May 26, 2020

With the impact of COVID-19 and the transition to remote working for many industries, how is recruiting for your clients different? What remains the same?

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Resume Job Hiring

May 12, 2020

There’s no question that COVID-19 changed the world and your interviewing strategy should reflect this new reality. Prospective employers can learn much about the candidates under consideration by exploring how they handled the resultant business shutdown. Digging deeper into lateral prospects’ work experience during the pandemic and their reactions to the transition from office to remote working (and, at some point, back again) can be quite informative.

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Atlanta, Georgia.

May 5, 2020

Since March, Seyfarth Shaw labor and employment partner Brett Bartlett has been quarantined in his Atlanta home with his wife, children and pets. 

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