Munneke & Wayne, Legal Career Guide (5th ed. A.B.A. Publishing, 2013)
Munneke, Ltenshee & Wayne, Nonlegal Careers for Lawyers (5th ed. A.B.A. Publishing, 2013)
Furi-Perry, Fifty Unique Legal Paths: How to Find the Right Job (A.B.A. Publishing, 2013)
C. Waters & A. Smit (ed.),
Guide to International Law Careers (London: Brit. Inst. Int'l & Comp. Law, 2009)
R. Brand & D.
Rist (ed.), The Export of Legal Education: Its Promise and Impact in Transition Countries
........(Surrey, Eng: Ashgate, 2009)
S. Swartz (ed.),
Careers in International Law (3d ed. Chicago: Amer. Bar
..........The seventeen chapters on various features of career planning are written by experts in their respective fields. It includes regional
......perspectives in a manner that demystifies the question "How do I get from here to there." Its authors cover public and private career
.....options,.providing practice specific tips in areas such as arbitration, criminal law, and trade. It includes two useful appendixes
.....Abroad and an extensive array of internet
U.N., United Nations Handbook 2008-2009: An Annual Guide for Those Working with And within
.....United Nations (New York, NY: U.N. Publications Office, 2010)
Careers in International Law: A Guide to Career Paths and Internships in International Law
.....DC: 2009--2010 ed.).
..........Nineteen area-specific chapters including Careers in International Law, International Practice in a Large Law Firm, and Practicing
.....International Criminal Law. Per the webpage
descrition at <http://www.asil.org/resources/careers.html>: "seasoned practitioners share
.....their.experiences and offer
advice concerning career paths in public and private international law fields, in areas such as criminal, human
trade, the environment, family, finance and banking, international development, dispute resolution, and legal
.....information. Detailed information and descriptions of internships are provided, as are procedures for applying."
S. Park & S. Feathers,
Public Service and International Law: A Guide to Professional Opportunities in
.....United States and Abroad (3d ed. New Haven,Conn.: Yale Law School, 1998).
..........Chapters describe employment opportunities at the UN, intergovernmental organizations, the US government, and
.....organizations, fellowships and grants. Suggested employment and job search strategies are provided for each type of agency
.....organization, as well as contact information.
Drolshammer & M. Pfeifer (ed.), The Internationalization of the Practice of Law (The Hague:
Kluwer Law Int'l, 2001).
..........This is a collection of twenty-three individually authored articles on an almost equal number of topics related to the globalization of the
.....legal field. There is a mild concentration on issues affecting US lawyers. The topics range from education of such a lawyer
.....matters.in a variety of contexts
including arbitration, corporate law, and coomon practices as applied in several distinct
Krannich & C. Krannich, Jobs for People Who Love to Travel: Opportunities atHome.and Abroad(Manassas
.........Park, VA: Impact Publications, 1999).
...............Resource for job descriptions, including the identities of employers, including names, addresses, and phone numbers--plus some
..........career-related web sites.
E. Kocher & N. Segal,
International Jobs: Where They Are [and] How to Get Them
(6th ed. Reading, MA: Perseus
..........This sourcebook contains information about US federal agencies, the UN, various international organizations, banks,
.....educational offerings. Part I is International Career Planning and Job Strategy, including a chapter on "Making Your Academic
.....Work for You." Part II is The International Job Market, with detailed information on the
who and where of international job hunting. The
.....names and addresses of the relevant staff members and job descriptions/qualifications are provided for the listed jobs.
M. Staunton (ed.),
Careers in International Law: A Guide to Paths and Internships in International Law
.....(2003-2004 ed.: ASIL & Hein).
contains numerous individually-authored chapters on career guidance approaches, including strategies for job interviews and
.....education. Part II is an
extentive listing of internship opportunities with international organizations, law firms, etc.
Careers in International Law: Your Indispensible Guide to Career Paths and Internships
(4th ed. Wash., D.C.: Amer. Soc. Int'l Law, 2003).
.....Prior works/editions from which this resource was derived:
..........The 1997 International Law Career Guide: a Guide to Career Paths and Internships in International Law (Wash., D.C.: Amer. Soc.
...........Internships and Careers in International Law: A Guide for Graduate and Law School Students (Wash., D.C.: Amer. Soc. Int'l Law,
............J. Green, D. Hodge & R. Kemp (ed.), Guide to Education and Career Development in International Law (Wash., DC: Int'l Law
Ass'n/Amer. Soc. Int'l Law, 1991). The Introduction covers four areas for career development: obtaining
.....education, experience, and colleague/client development. Five essays follow, covering legal practice opportunities overseas. The
.....section surveys the major international law firms in ten countries. The several directories include summer and semester programs
.....and information about advanced degree programs.
International Opportunities Resource Guide(Wash., DC: National Association for Law Placement, 1999).
Territo (ed.), Career Choices for the 90's: For Students of Political Scienceand.Government(New York:
.....Walker and Company, 1990) [latest ed.]
..........This publication provides suggestions on pursuing careers in various fields: broadcasting, government, human services, law (p.58),
.....publishing, politics, public relations, and sales. Brief introductory essays cover the particular field's Job Outlook, Geographic Job
.....Major Employers, and How to Break into the Field.
J. Muldoon (ed.),
Internships and Careers in International Affairs (4th ed. New York: UN
..........This pamphlet contains detailed information on internships and organizations available to students in the US and abroad. It provides
.....suggestions on how to apply for positions with governmental and nongovernmental organizations (UN, US government agencies, etc.).
I.lists available internships. Part II provides information on placement services. The information is generally oriented toward
J. Williams (ed.), Career Preparation and Opportunities in International Law
ed. Wash., DC: Amer. Bar
..... Ass'n/Int'l Law Inst., 1984).
..........The above Careers in International Law publication (by Janis) is actually a new version of this earlier work. The Williams version
.....contains more detailed information about the subject covered. Part I
consists of several essays on international studies and career
.....preparation/opportunities. Part II contains five entries on practice with the federal government. Part III contains seven essays
.....private and corporate practice. Part IV covers nonprofit practice.
Krannich, International Jobs Directory
(Manassas Park, VA, Impact Publications:1999).
Thie, Interagency and International
Assingments and Officer CareerManagement (Santa Monica, CA: Rand
Directory of Foreign Firms Operating in the United States
(15th ed. New York: Uniworld Business Publications, 2010). For further detail,
Directory of American Firms Operating in Foreign Countries
(20th ed. New York: Uniworld Business Publications, 2009) [three volumes].For further detail,
Articles and book excerpts--
L. Harmon & E. Kaufman,
Innocents Abroad: Reflections on Summer Abroad Law Programs, 30
Thimas Jefferson L.
.....Rev. 69 (2008).
..........Musings about travel in various countries by law professors who run programs for law students.
Hu, A Guide to Resources on Careers in Foreign and International Law, 93.Law Library Journal 479 (2001).
..........Annotated collection of print and electronic resources prepared by Texas Tech librarian. Divided into four sections:
.....perspectives; organizations; International Law study; and Job-Finding Sources and Tools.
Advice on choosing the
….appropriate study program for various professional and personal needs.
Wojcik, Practical Career Advice for Young International Lawyers: How to Build a Killer
.....Network Effectively, Create Your Own Opportunities, and Live Happily Ever After, 5 I.L.S.A. Journal of
.....International and Comparative Law 455-66 (1999).
..........Law professor's description of own successful career path, with practical advice to aspiring students who wish to become international
.....practitioners. Examples include resume
writing, join a student group, inviting prospective employers to speak on-campus, networking
.....opportunities, teaching to foreign lawyers, and publication.
Maxeiner & R. James, International Legal Careers: Path and Directions, 25 Syracuse Journal of International Law and
.....Commerce 21-44 (1998).
..........Assessment of literature on career paths. It asserts that there is no acknowledged path to launching such a career, the value of
.....international credentials, and early educational/employment decisions.
New Approaches to Research, Education and Training in the Field of International Law and Its Wider
.....Application,Plenary Meeting, Proceedings of the United Nations Congress on Public International Law, New York, 13-17 March
.....1995, 291-379 (New York & The Hague: UN &
Kluwer Law Int'l, 1996).
McElwain, Launching Your Career in International Law, 24 Student Lawyer 24-28 (Jan. 1996).
...........Law school associate director of international programs presents four themes: (1) the number of legal careers which are
.....in scope, with many avenues leading to them; (2) types of practice, including a private law firm, multinational company, government
.....agency, and nonprofit organizations; (3) search strategies and (4) commencing one's search via internships.
Mulryan, Careers for Women in International Law,
13 Whittier Law Review.193 (1992).
McGlamery, The Search for an International Law Career: A Work in Progress, 13 Whittier Law
International Law as a Career, Postscript to A. D'Amato, International Law: Process and Prospect 358 (Irvington, NY:
International Legal Education, 26
Harv. Int'l L.J. 361 (1985).
J. Goldsmith, J.
Komlos & P. Gold, The Chicago Guide to Your Academic Career: A Portable Mentor
.....Scholars from Graduate School through Tenure (Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 2001).