Changing jobs can occur in many different ways. It can be a new opportunity with your current employer, moving to a new company, or starting your own venture. This change may come as a result of a voluntary move, or may be required by circumstances. In any event, such a change can be incredibly stressful. FindLaw's collection of articles on Changing Jobs provides you with a range of resources and tools to deal with this juncture in your career. Read further to learn about ways to make changing jobs a successful process, how to deal with a cut in salary, making a lateral move, notifying clients of your decision, and marketing yourself as a career development strategy.
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Whether you're currently looking for a job or are satisfied in the job you have, you should always keep your résumé updated.
I am leaving a law firm for another one, but would like to take clients I brought to the firm. Is there a "proper" way to notify the clients I would like to take? The ABA dealt with this issue in its Formal Opinion 99-414.