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Paying for a Reference Is Just What the Job Hunt Hellscape Needed

If you have shame spiraled after sending a birthday message to a secondary contact on LinkedIn or had a few too many at a professional event, you, too, have probably wondered how much you would be willing to throw down for a networking cheat. Enter the platform Rooftop Slushie, where you can post a bid for a referral…Read more...
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Choose Your Frames of Reference Wisely

--> I spent the summer following my first year of law school working at the Department of Justice (the “DOJ”) in Washington, DC. The entire summer and the events leading up to it resulted in one of the strangest experiences I have ever had. After I got the job with the DOJ, I was required to undergo a security clearance with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. After contacting and questioning many people I knew in the past, the FBI also required me to take a physical and a drug test. In late sp...
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Recommended Books For MBBS Basic Science

( = || []).push({}); BOOK LIST FOR MBBS BASIC SCIENCE Which Books to study ?  We recommend – ANATOMY Textbooks: Human Anatomy Vol. 0,1,2 and 3 – B.D Chaurasia (Indian Writer) – Widely studied by medical students in Nepal Essentials of Human Anatomy – A K Dutta Clinical Anatomy – Richard S Snell Clinically Oriented Anatomy – Keith L Moore and Arthur F Dally References: Gray’s Anatomy For Students – Richard L Drake, Wayne Vogl, Ada...
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Choose Your Frames of Reference Wisely

--> I spent the summer following my first year of law school working at the Department of Justice (the “DOJ”) in Washington, DC. The entire summer and the events leading up to it resulted in one of the strangest experiences I have ever had. After I got the job with the DOJ, I was required to undergo a security clearance with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. After contacting and questioning many people I knew in the past, the FBI also required me to take a physical and a drug test. In late sp...
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References Are Pretty Important If You Want To Snag A Clerkship

Whether applying for a clerkship or any attorney position, at some point you will need others to speak on your behalf about your abilities.
Tags: Law, Advice, References, Law Schools, Biglaw, Small Law Firms, Law Students, Law Professors, Clerkships, Nicholas Alexiou


New and Updated in the Library – October 2017

The following References have recently been updated in the Library: Arbitration & Dispute Resolution Traditionally, real estate industry disputes rely on negotiation for solutions. If negotiation fails, litigation is often initiated. Mediation involves the skillful intervention of a third-party professional to help resolve disputes that arise between two or more parties. Arbitration, a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), is a legal technique for the resolution of disputes outside the c...
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Why You Need To Think About Your References Before You Need Them

References can either lock up or sink your job offer. Here’s what you need to know.
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Choose Your Frames of Reference Wisely

I spent the summer following my first year of law school working at the Department of Justice (the “DOJ”) in Washington, DC. The entire summer and the events leading up to it resulted in one of the strangest experiences I have ever had. After I got the job with the DOJ, I was required to undergo a security clearance with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. After contacting and questioning many people I knew in the past, the FBI also required me to take a physical and a drug test. In lat...
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Five Rules for Reaching Out to an Old Job Reference

You’re on the job hunt and you need to get your professional references together. And that means reaching out to a certain former boss who would be the perfect person. There’s just one little problem. You’re not exactly in touch.Read more...
Tags: Jobs, Interviews, Job Interviews, References, life-hacks


Strategies for reflective practices in dance training

Reflective practice has the capability to facilitate deeper experiential understanding to enhance performance. It can release the dancer from the traditional ‘watch and repeat’ mode of dance training. Reflective practice and experiential learning is the crux of the process utilized in the Functional Awareness®: Anatomy in Action approach to somatic movement training. Reflective practice has origins in the educational philosophies of John Dewey and one primary contributor to this literature is al...
Tags: Books, Featured, Performing Arts, References, Peter, John Dewey, Theatre & Dance, Schon, Breathing Techniques, Breath, Dance Lessons


Breath: the gateway to expressivity in movement

One thing is constant from the moment we enter this world as humans until the day we leave. We breathe. We breathe automatically and unconsciously. We also breathe in intricate and sophisticated ways. For example, singers, horn players, actors, and athletes often train in breathing patterns to improve technique. Breath training is a useful strategy to enhance both musicality and performance. In many forms of dance the breath support for movement is not an integral part of training. It is not per...
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How to Pick and Ask for Good Job References

You know you’re nearing the final stretch of an interview process (and that it’s looking good for you) when a potential employer asks for references. If you’re not prepared, though, you might be left scrambling at the last minute to find a good reference. Who do you ask and what’s the best way to reach out?Read more...
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Everything You Need to Know About Picking Good Job References

You know you’re nearing the final stretch of an interview process (and that it’s looking good for you) when a potential employer asks for references. If you’re not prepared, though, you might be left scrambling at the last minute to find a good reference. Who do you ask and what’s the best way to reach out?Read more...
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How To Create Humor That Will Work For Your Next Audience

As a speaker, your goal should be to get your next audience to laugh as part of your speech Image Credit: Chris Waits I’m pretty sure that we’ve all heard the old phrase “laughter is the best medicine”. What this means for us as speakers is that because of the importance of public speaking during our next speech we’d like to be able to get our audience to laugh with us one or more times. Although this may not sound like it is all that hard of a thing to make happen, it turns out that it c...
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Ask for a Reference Letter As Soon As Possible After Leaving Your Job

When leaving one job for another—and leaving on good terms —you might not be thinking about needing a reference letter. After all, you already landed the other job. This is, however, the best time to ask your manager for a reference letter.Read more...
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Quiz: Why films were given odd age certificates

Take our quiz to see if you can spot why films got strange age certiciates [Author: Telegraph Staff] [ ]
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