So, the bar exam happened.
I think I've slept 18 hours a day since it ended. And spent the other 6 hours each day being drunk. And now I'm semi-ready to rejoin the land of the living.
Which is great, except, uhhh... I have nothing to do. Yeah... weird. I've never in my life had nothing to do. I've always had a job. Or school. Or something.
I've still got to take the MPRE on Friday (ethics test. fml.). And I'm still training for the half marathon which is now only 6 weeks away. (and I am using the word "training" VERY loosely here. But getting back after it this week!). But I got bills, yo. I needs a j-o-b!
So last night I decided I should start looking for a job (yes, I realize that most people started this a long time ago. Whatever). So I was all getting ready to look for jobs, and then I realized... huh. I don't know where to look for those. Obviously I know my school's career services website has postings (worthless). And a friend suggested my undergraduate's alumni web site. But where else do people look for jobs?
So this is where you, my friends on the interwebz, help me out.
Tell me people - how did you get your lawyer jobs? And non lawyer people can chime in as well. How does anyone get a job?!
Oh, and if you're a Chicago lawyer - wanna hire me? I'm pretty and I promise I'll dress nice and show up on time and play nice with everyone else in the office.
Feel free to leave your answers in the comments or e-mail me. Because yeah, until I have a job there isn't going to be much to blog about around here. And don't you want me to have crazy clients like Namby?! You know I'll have such great stories from the office!