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Maximizing your legal career earnings depends on schooling, firm size and specialization.
Lawyers looking for side hustle income should consider pursuing contract attorney roles.
These lawyers didn’t get rich from personal injury lawsuits.
If you’re looking for an alternative legal career, here’s a list of non-legal jobs you can do with a law degree.
The bimodal salary distribution system is a fact of the legal salary landscape and will have an impact on you as a law student or as a practicing lawyer.
Another recap of the what happened here at the Biglaw Investor last year.
Don’t knock internships, either paid or unpaid. These types of jobs can give you a birds-eye view into your future career, and you might not always like what you see.