Developing an OCI Game Plan

Take ownership of your career from the start.

, New York Law Journal

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Douglas Curtis and Jay Holtmeier, partners in Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr, write: Every year we hear from law students entering the on-campus interviewing process that they do not know where to start in differentiating one firm from another. While those who are new to the profession may have difficulty zeroing in on what makes certain practices and certain firms unique (those law firm websites all seem to say the same thing!), there are real differences. The key challenge for law students is to find the right fit for themselves.

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