A Cry for Help

I'm not normally one for blegging, but if any readers know people at DC law firms and would be willing to pass my resume along for a 2007 Summer Associate position, I'd be greatly appreciative.


Hepzibah said...

I ran an excel spreadsheet of D.C. Law Firms, but could not attach it here. Still, I was able to copy the names of the firms and using a Google Search will probably provide you with their web site. I pray the God will provide you with an ideal position and may He bless you indeed.

Howery Simon Arnold & White
Dla Piper Rudnick Gray Cary
Kennedy Center
National Wildlife Federation
Morgan Lewis
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Llp
On-Site Sourcing, Inc.
Jones Day
Paul Hastings Janofsky Walker
Sutherland Asbill & Brennan
Sparta Inc
Morrison & Forester
Baker & Hostetler Llp
Arban & Carosi Inc
Epstein Becker & Green
Investor Responsibility Rsrch
Preston Gates & Ellis Llp
Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale
Mc Guirewoods Llp
Heller Ehrman Llp
Seyfarth Shaw
Thelen Reid & Priest
Weber Shandwick Worldwide
Jenner & Block
Bingham Mc Cutchen Llp
Kaye Scholer Llp
Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Pc
Squire Sanders & Dempsey Llp
Fleischman & Walsh
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney
Holland & Knight Llp
Baker Botts Llp
Economists Inc
Cricket Technologies Llc
Fitzpatrick Cella Harper
Barry Security Inc
Rolling Greens Inc
Womble Carlyle Sandridge Rice
KeyTech Services, Inc.
Arent Fox Pllc
Fish & Richardson Pc
Shapiro & Burson Llp
Us Dept Of Labor
Bell Boyd & Lloyd Llc
Covington & Burling
Sughrue Mion Pllc
Hogan & Hartson Llp
Mc Guire Woods Consulting Llp
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld
Shearman & Sterling Llp
B & D Consulting Llc
Development Bank Of Japan

Bruce Godfrey said...

You should not apologize whatsoever for networking. You should apologize, if at all, for the weeks (days?) that you don't do it. In my opinion, you should be about as shy about it as a Reeperbahn hooker.

Alan Dershowitz did not network effectively, and met a great shock when he got rejection letters from Wall Street law firms after graduating first in his class and EoC of the Harvard Law Review, or so I am told. (It wasn't his personality, they didn't even interview him to find out he was obnoxious.) He eventually landed well but who needs the aggro?

I was shy, and it cost me.

I have some ideas for networking strategies but won't list them here. Email me from a secure email account and I will email you my suggestions, for whatever they are worth.