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Resumes Are For Dummies

Rarely do law blogs discuss the economics of law, but after BloggerCon II, I realized that most bloggers, including law blawgs, don't really focus on the monetary aspect of blogging.

Bloggers write because they love to, not because they want to make money at it. At least that's my observation.

Here's a new twist, dubbed Resumes Are for Dummies. What better way to showcase your resume than through a blog? In fact, here's one that addresses the very subject: law economics. Cruise on over to Adam Smith, Esq., named after the noted Scottish economist. Interestingly, there's another blog out there with the same name, and a Congressman.

But, this one's about law firm economics. It's written by a not-yet so much noted (somewhat, I suspect) Scottish economist, Bruce MacEwen. It's worth your time if you're at all interested in how law firms handle (or don't) economic issues.

Plus, it's better than a resume if you're looking for someone with Bruce's talents.

Printer friendly page Permalink Email to a friend Posted by J. Craig Williams on Monday, May 24, 2004 at 09:04 Comments Closed (0) |
 
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