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3 Tips for Finding the Right Size Law Firm for You

When it comes to finding your place in the legal profession, one size definitely does not fit all. Law firms vary widely in size -- from sole proprietors to global behemoths that employ hundreds or even thousands of lawyers. While some legal professionals feel most empowered working for a large organization, others feel more at home working for a smaller boutique firm. As you explore legal career options, consider what size firm best suits your personality, interests and goals. Here are three pieces of career advice that should help you find a law firm that fits you like a glove:

Opportunity Knocks: 4 Career Advice Tips for Legal Secretaries

 The role of legal secretaries continues to grow and evolve. According to the Robert Half Legal 2015 Salary Guide, legal secretaries are taking on a broader array of duties and supporting more attorneys than ever before. In fact, many of today’s legal secretaries work for five or more lawyers.

6 Tips on How to be Humble at Work

Your star is rising at the office, but you don't want coworkers to think it's going to your head. Discover how to be humble at work.

Legal Professionals, Here's How to Change Your Practice Area

There are many factors that could cause legal professionals to set their sights on a new course. You may discover that you specialized too early in your career, or you’ve chosen legal jobs with stagnant growth and limited opportunities. Changing practice areas is a big move that shouldn’t be taken lightly. So before you make any major career transitions, ask yourself the following questions:

6 Ways to Make a Difference at Work

Although it can’t be measured on a performance review, making a difference at the office is personally rewarding — and likely to help you get ahead in your career.  s: