If you have learned anything from this blog, it should be the importance of networking and personal relationships in finding the right legal job for you – particularly when it comes to law firms. To develop those relationships, you need to learn as much as possible about your local legal community, through attending bar luncheons, reviewing bar newsletters, or any other information you can get your hands on. In Jacksonville, for example, you can learn a great deal about the local legal and business community by reviewing The Daily Record. We have a paper copy in Career Services that you can stop by to peruse, or you can visit The Daily Record’s website. Also, the Jacksonville Bar Association’s Bulletin is published in The Daily Record, with articles highlighting local attorneys and upcoming events that are wonderful networking opportunities. So check it out!