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A valuable resource for planning and moving into a successful nonlegal career.
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"Many lawyers choose to use their legal skills in key positions that don’t involve the active practice of law, including challenging roles in government, education, corporations, and even nonprofit organizations such as the American Bar Association. In this new book, the ABA Law Practice Management Section has given practicing lawyers and law students alike a valuable resource for planning and moving into a rewarding and successful nonlegal career. I enthusiastically recommend it."
– Robert A. Stein, Executive Director, American Bar Association
Gary A. Munneke is a professor of law at Pace University School of Law in White Plains, New York, where he teaches courses in professional responsibility, torts, and law practice management. He is the former President of the National Association for Law Placement, and is the author of many other books on careers, including The Legal Career Guide: From Law Student to Lawyer, Barron’s How to Succeed in Law School, Barron’s Guide to Law Schools, Careers in Law, and Opportunities in Law Careers.
William D. Henslee is an associate professor of law at Florida A&M College of Law. He teaches real property, copyright law, entertainment law, sports law, travel law, and more. He is the author of the ABA Career Series books Entertainment Law Careers, as well as How to Survive the First Year of Law School and has edited a number of law career books.
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