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Difficult time finding a law firm job? Attorney Christopher Jones sheds light on legal career opportunities

Due to economic circumstances, job hunting in the legal profession has become a difficult process. In a recent article in Louisville’s Business First, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP attorney Christopher Jones explains how  to “get a foot in the door” of the legal community. In the article, Christopher elaborates on ways to enter the legal world, even if it’s not quite the job for which you’re looking. Christopher also informs young professionals seeking a career in the legal profession to keep up with their studies, because first year grades are crucial for locating long-term employment following law school. An excerpt from the article, published in Business First, is below.

Excerpt from “Business of Law: Law firms change hiring methods because of economy”

Weighing other options If a graduate can’t get a foot in the door at a large law firm, “don’t despair,” said Christopher Jones, a partner with Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP.

“There is a whole sea of opportunity out there, including clerkships for federal judges, private practices and corporations.”

Law firms: What they like & don’t like PLUS: Experience as an entrepreneur “That is a real plus. We often represent businesses. People who have been entrepreneurs themselves can have more empathy,” said Christopher Jones, a partner of Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP. “When you project out, it is our hope that everyone here will make partner some day. Then they will be actually running a business.”

To read more about Christopher’s comments, click here. (Subscription required)

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    Chris is Co-Chair of the Business Services Department and Chair of the Private Equity/Mergers & Acquisitions Practice Group. He practices in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, health care, securities, private equity ...



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