The Wall Street Journal featured Parker Poe in an article about deferred, first-year law firm hires taking on interim jobs before starting official employment. Many look to pro-bono fellowships, temporary work for their law schools, and waitressing or bartending to pay the bills.
Jenny Case, a William & Mary Law School graduate and Parker Poe deferred hire, was interviewed for the article about her interim job – teaching a legal-skills class at her alma mater.
To read the full article, please see:
First Task for Law-Firm Hires: Finding an Interim Job First
By Dana Mattioli
The Wall Street Journal, October 6, 2009, p. A18