The National Law Journal recently published an article on law student social networking. A survey of 400 law students across the nation was taken with interesting findings. Most law students reported having problems following up with potential employees, fostering meaningful mentoring relationships and lack of confidence in their networking skills. However, more law students are using professional social networking tools and microblogging which was found to serve them better in a profession which is undergoing enormous transformation. Read the entire article here.
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