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Job Search 101 for Lawyers: Keys to a Successful Career Move [Webinar]

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Watch to find out how to improve your chances at securing a new position in the legal profession from Amy Levine with this 33-minute installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers.


With such a range of roles in the legal profession, finding the right position can be critical to personal and professional well-being. While the job search process can feel overwhelming, it is much less daunting when we break it down into steps.

Watch this edition of Webinars for Busy Lawyers to find out:

  • How to write your resume so the hiring team will actually read your resume and bring you in for the interview;
  • The best ways to perform your job search, so you are covering all bases; and
  • How to ace the interview and finally how to write your thank you email so that you leave your audience with a positive and lasting impression.



About 10 minutes of Q&A from the live program are included in the recording.




Amy Levine joined LCLMA in 2023 as Programs & Volunteer Administrator. She has over 20 years working in the legal industry, including working at Goulston & Storrs and Hale & Dorr (now WilmerHale) and spent the last 15 years working as Vice President and Legal Recruiter at one of the top legal staffing firms in New England. She has experience in recruiting, coaching, counseling, professional development, and career management. She has presented at Boston University Paralegal Certificate program, the Massachusetts Paralegal Association and resume workshops. Additionally, she has coached Attorneys, Paralegals and Business Professionals on resume writing, job search techniques, and other elements of this process to find their ideal job. She received her Master of Social Work degree from Boston University and has dedicated her career to improving people’s lives.


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