Monthly Archives: May 2014

First Impression: How To Write A Cover Letter

  Before we deal with any ‘technical details’ or talk about any ‘tip and tricks’, it is very important that you understand the sole purpose of a Cover Letter or for a Resume or a Statement of Purpose for that … Continue reading

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How To Research: Confessions Of A Research-holic.

At the very outset, I must admit that when I entered law school 4 years ago, I had no idea what people meant by research. In fact, I would go so far as to confess that the first two years … Continue reading

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Difference Between: Cover Letter And Statement Of Purpose.

A Cover Letter serves the same purpose as if you were there to introduce yourself in person. Consider it is your first sales pitch. And in this case, you are selling yourself. More often than not, consciously or sub-consciously, the person … Continue reading

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The Importance Of Building Connections.

There are three areas in which knowing the right people can do wonders for you – the Mafia, politics and the legal field. Writing an article on the importance of contacts in the legal profession is stale. It is similar … Continue reading

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Getting Linked on LinkedIn

      In the cut throat competitive world of Law schools, “connections” is the most valuable asset. Whether on the real world, or on social networks. While law students spend a decent amount of time (in some cases a majority … Continue reading

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