Articling, LPP Students and New-Calls


Now that you are one step closer to becoming a practicing lawyer, you will want to ensure your job search efforts are streamlined, well thought out and effective at the same time. You don't want to appear desperate or unsophisticated because it will impact the quality of your results and your reputation. So much depends on these early steps, and yet you probably feel unprepared or uncertain about what to do next. 
Check out the below program, packages and workbook!

1. How to Find Your First Job as a Lawyer! 
Enrol in the online coaching program that was created by you, for you!  Lawyer Coach Paulette assembled all the best techniques and tools she's gathered from working with hundreds of articling and Law Practice Program students to conduct a proper job search in the 21st century. 

It's available at www.hireback.ca so you can get the information you need, when you need it. 

Check out this video interview with a past client to learn how you can gain the confidence and skills to navigate your job search with class:
 




2. Creative Choices™ - Interview Preparation
Did you get an interview at which you want to shine? Working with Lawyer Coach Paulette, you will:
  • Confirm your strengths with an assessment so you can articulate what sets you apart
  • Practice answering and asking questions with her Interview Preparation Guide so you feel comfortable talking about yourself and are prepared to deal with any "elephants in the room"
  • Be able to answer questions about "fit," and behavioural scenarios using Problem-Action-Results
  • Work with a Pre-Interview Interactive Worksheet so you have a systematic way of researching each prospective employer
  • 1.5 hour workshop (by telephone or in-person).
 $300 + HST

3. Creative Choices™ - Résumé and Cover Letter Writing + LinkedIn Review
Want to stand out with your application materials? Lawyer Coach Paulette is a certified résumé strategist, and she will:
  • Elicit what sets you apart by using a strengths assessment
  • Review your résumé and 1 cover letter so that your message is clear and any potential barriers are dealt with appropriately
  • Show you how she deconstructs a job ad to craft your career documents strategically and in a compelling way
  • Provide her Interview Preparation Guide and the 21st Century Lawyer's Guide to Salary Negotiation
  • Critique your LinkedIn profile to attract the attention you want. 
$800 + HST

4. What To Do When Your Search For A First-Year Position Isn't Working
Not interested in a coaching package? No worries. Purchase this guide and consider working with Lawyer Coach Paulette later on. 

Are you having trouble finding a first-year associate position now that you are called to the Bar? You are not alone.

There are plenty of smart new-calls who struggle with finding jobs. Why is this? Many times, they don’t know how to look for work. Most have never been taught how to find a job in law school.

This 12-page e-guide is designed to help you diagnose where you might be stuck, provide practical tips to help you get unstuck and move you forward towards landing your first job as a lawyer!

"I just wanted to send you a quick note to let you know that I purchased the e-guide yesterday and I absolutely love it. I especially appreciate the My Ideal Associate Position sheet and the checklist. I believe that taking a moment to think about what you really want is half the battle." Litsa Katsoulias, lawjobexchange.ca

$25 + HST



I got the job!! I am SO excited. You have been such a great resource during this journey. I would not have been able to hone in on what career path was best for me or how to go about landing my dream job without your guidance and advice. Thank you so much. You are truly gifted at what you do!end-quote

- Junior Lawyer
Bank



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