ONE. On the give -and-take of the academic job search, and why being “non-traditional” and “less competitive” is worth it: What’s Not On My CV, by J.R. Goudeau at Love is What You Do.
THREE. How to Get a Woman to Show Up. Anne Bogel at Modern Mrs. Darcy rounds up the best way to get women to show up and take the stage, the lead, the reins at conferences and corporations.
FOUR. Joy the Baker lists Twelve Ways to Tart Up Spring — did you know lemon was my absolute favorite flavor of everything? I want to eat all of these things.
FIVE. What to Do When You’re Overqualified, some straight-talking, realistic advice from Kat at Corporette. This is a question many of my fellow law school graduates and I are facing as we figure out whether we are happy with our current gigs, even though we could perhaps be doing more, and whether or not to risk what we have to try for something different. The discussion in the comment section is fantastic as usual.
UPDATE: This post from Volokh Conspiracy is so interesting, I wanted to add it in here (this is why I typically wait a little later before posting these round-ups!). It’s a discussion of social norms in dressing for male and female lawyers.
Okay, those are my top-five reads this week! What have you been reading around the interwebs?