The Reporter – August 2019

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The Reporter – August 2019

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  Helpful Information for Legal Professionals
IN THIS ISSUE:
  • Creating Your Five-Year Legal Career Plan
  • Go Paperless with these Top Scanning Tools
  • Twelve Tips that will make Using Google Sheets Easier
  • Are You Using Hyphens Correctly?
  • Trends that are Reshaping the Legal Industry

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Creating Your Five-Year Legal Career Plan

By Jan Hill

Are you thinking about where your legal career might take you? When it seems like the only thing that you can be certain of is uncertainty, gain an awareness of what might lie ahead by strategizing now. Ask yourself where you want to go and determine what steps you need to take in the meantime.

Here are some ideas to help you formulate your plan and avoid a career rut:

Do some brainstorming

Have little or no idea where you’d like to be in five years? Don’t worry about a specific job title. Instead, think about what areas of law you most enjoy working in, what you’d like to eventually be earning, the day-to-day duties that would be most fulfilling for you, and the qualities that potential employers will likely be looking for. Also, assess your personal goals and values: Do you have the desire to get your student loans paid off sooner rather than later or to save up a down payment to purchase a home? Think as broadly as possible about what you want your career and personal life to look like five years down the road.

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