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Wall Street Journal Features Column on Job Search of 37 Year Old Law School Grad

The Wall Street Journal Law Blog recently drew attention to a WSJ column penned by recent Brooklyn Law School graduate Christopher Slowik who discusses the challenges of being a 37-year-old looking for full-time legal work. Slowik said he is torn between litigation and property law.

What was nice is that when the blog asked readers to provide advice to Slowik, 48 wrote back with tips ranging from "Have you considered working as an in-house attorney?" to "Have you tried other markets [outside NYC]?"

See the post and comments here.

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