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Chinese Language Skilled Attorneys Needed for 9 Week Long Temporary Project in Gangzhou, China (Expenses Paid) Starting on 8/2/13
Special Counsel, Inc. is trying to identify and hire 20 Chinese Fluent Attorneys to travel abroad to Guangzhou, China for an immediate temporary project. China Project Details: Looking for 20 Chinese Fluent Attorneys with written and oral fluency in Simplified … Continue reading
Lawyers Who Moonlight; A Prosecutor’s Salary “Doesn’t Go Very Far” | Philly.com | Julie Shaw | 8/21/12
An interesting article on the tough legal market and the Philadelphia lawyers trying to make it work even if that means working 2 jobs, managing on 3 hours of sleep and moving in with mom/dad. For full article see: On … Continue reading
The following articles provide some general advice on price-setting. “How Much Should a Solo Lawyer Charge?” by Cynthia Hsu, Esq. at Thomson Reuters FindLaw. The Laffey Matrix, a table of hourly fees based on the current year and an attorney’s … Continue reading
At the end of last week, the Employer Handbook found some posts on Glassdoor noting both the 50 most common interview questions and last year’s top 25 oddball questions. Among the oddballs: • “Would Mahatma Gandhi have made a good … Continue reading