The in-house corporate legal position is the Holy Grail for many lawyers.
Many young grads and practicing attorneys fantasize about a non-billing, yet high-paying and prestigious position at one of the large corporations.
But because these positions are so highly coveted, it can be extremely difficult to get a corporate legal position. That's where David J. Parnell and his new book In-House: A Lawyer's Guide to Getting a Corporate Legal Position may help you.
For under a hundred bucks ($99.95), you can buy David J. Parnell's book which covers finding and securing corporate positions and succeeding in the corporate environment. Included in the book are job-hunting strategies, insights about corporate life, and tips, skills, and methods for creating a successful corporate career. The book also has sample resumes and questions, a deal sheet, and a resignation letter.
While the hundred dollar price tag may seem like a lot to pay for In-House: A Lawyer's Guide to Getting a Corporate Legal Position, you should know that David J. Parnell is co-founder of Edward, Anthony & Steele, a New York-based legal recruiting and coaching firm. So he knows what he's talking about.
What would you pay to get the in-house position of your dreams? While $99.95 may seem like a lot to pay for any book, getting an extra advantage to procuring that corporate position of your dreams may justify the cost.
If you're looking for tips to crack the in-house market, check out David J. Parnell's 500-plus page In-House: A Lawyer's Guide to Getting a Corporate Legal Position.
- In-House: A Lawyer's Guide to Getting a Corporate Legal Position (American Bar Association)
- 3 Reasons Not To Become an In House Counsel (FindLaw's In House)
- The Art of Networking for an In-House Counsel (FindLaw's In House)