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Stress Hardy Transition – By: Jerome Shore

News, Tools for job seeking

When humans face stressful circumstances their automatic reaction is to become  conservative and use solutions that worked in the past. This is one instinct that worked in prehistoric times when ‘do or die’ was a regular occurrence. There wasn’t time to be creative while fleeing a tiger or some such. Our ancestors who survived were […]

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Trends in the Legal Market across Canada

The legal market in Canada is constantly evolving, but thankfully ZSA is here to help. We sat down with some of our consultants to learn more about recent trends in the legal market in order to better help job-seekers navigate the changing landscape. Toronto One of the most evident trends in the Toronto legal industry […]

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Leaving a Law Firm Gracefully

Law used to be a calling. Then it became a profession. Now it is a business. Leaving a law firm partnership 25 years ago was rare. Today, it is commonplace. Back then, many felt that leaving a partnership was disloyal. Proof that law is now a business is in the number of non-billing executives working […]

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To Specialize or Not To Specialize

Whether to specialize in a particular area of law is a nagging question for many young lawyers just starting their careers. In order to make an informed decision, candidates may wish to consider the following questions: Can I gain a competitive edge in today’s job market by specializing in a particular area? What practice areas […]

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From Big Law to Boutique?

Whether to leave a big national shop for a boutique is a tough career decision and requires serious consideration. When making such a decision, candidates often have many questions, such as: what are the main differences between working for a large and a boutique firm? When is the right time to make a move? We […]

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