Lawyer Resume Example
A Lawyer's resume should essentially reflect interpersonal and communication skills of the candidate and also his or her ability to build up a rapport with every client. The resume should ideally be specific and factual in nature. Law related key words and action words are mandatory to be included in the resume. Following is the example of a resume:
89, Carter Lane,
Liverpool FG 46765
B.A., 1971, Sherwood University
J.D., 1975, University of Hershel's
LL.M., 1977, University of Liverpool
Professor, Morning Star University College of Law
St. Louis, California
July 1978 – (Associate Dean, January 1985 - May 1988;
Associate Professor, August 1978- August 1981;
Assistant Professor, July 1977 - August 1979)
Subjects: Criminal Law, Law, Literature, and Film, Sentencing, Law and Mental Health, Sexual Orientation and the Law, Legal Writing, Criminal Procedure, Post-conviction Remedies, Conflict of Laws
Visiting Associate Professor, University of California School of Law
August - December 1982
Subjects: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure
Assistant Professor, West Ohio University College of Law
Memmer, West Ohio
August 1976 - May 1978
Subjects: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Juvenile Courts, Prisoners' Rights, and Jurisprudence
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"Da Vinci Versus Kafta: Looking for Answers," New York City Law Review (forthcoming).
"In Defense of Potfiry Petrovich," 26 Cardozo Law Review, 2283 (2005).
"Minority Report and the Law of Attempt," 1 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 689 (2004).
"Hawthorne's 'The Custom House, Introductory to The Scarlet Letter," and the Conflict Between Individual Liberty and Social Control," 53 Syracuse Law Review 1279 (2003).
"Judicial Exploitation of Mens Rea Confusion, at Common Law and Under the Model Penal Code," 18 Georgia State University Law Review 341 (2001).
"Kenneth Starr -- Among Others -- Should Have (Re)read 'Measure for Measure,'" 26 Oklahoma City University Law Review 261 (2001).
"Falconer: John Cheever's Prison Novel," 25 Legal Studies Forum 377 (2001).
"The Early Years of the Stetson Law Review," 30 Stetson Law Review (2000) (with Scott W. Fitzpatrick).
"The Appeal Provision of Florida's Criminal Punishment Code: Unwise and Unconstitutional," 11 University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy (1999) (with Stephen M. Everhart).
"Parker v. Levy: A Primer in Judicial Persuasion," 49 Journal of Legal Education 97 (1999).
Book Review (Paul H. Robinson's Criminal Law), 73 Notre Dame Law Review 781 (1998).
"Literature in a Criminal Law Course: Aeschylus, Burgess, Oates, Camus, Poe, and Melville," 22 Legal Studies Forum 45 (1998).