Book Description: Though itâ€™s commonly thought that law is a perennial career, todayâ€™s legal eagles are learning otherwise. And as recent news coverage suggests, most are in desperate need of guidance on how to keep their jobs and what to do if theyâ€™re let go. The legal landscape has shifted, and keen lawyers must know how to navigate it. With 25 years in legal career counseling, Hermann helps attorneys deal with downsizing in a precarious economy. The book provides a savvy outlook on the current job scene, with specifi c topics that include: opportunities impervious to economic flux; beating â€śrecession depressionâ€ť; using a law degree outside the â€śmainstreamâ€ť; combining career opportunities; maximizing contacts; nailing an interview; and relocation considerations. This book focuses primarily on the job-search process for attorneys whoâ€™ve been recently displaced, with additional tips for those who wish to redirect their career focus as a result.