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					HOW I GOT A JOB                                                                          1. 800.973.1177

How I Got a Job
[By Jen Woods]

Mark LeHocky, the current Vice President,    access to. While conducting legal research        Using LexisNexis, “I identified a firm that
General Counsel, and Secretary of Dreyer’s   during his internship, he became familiar         had a phenomenal track record,” LeHocky
Grand Ice Cream Holdings, Inc., started      with a legal resource known as LexisNexis.        said. So he applied for a position at the San
his career the same way most law school                                                        Francisco law firm, which was then called
students do-as a summer clerk.               LeHocky used LexisNexis, a searchable             Broad, Khourie & Schulz. LeHocky accepted
                                             archive of legal documents and other printed      a job at the 20-attorney firm because of its
Even though online search engines and job    sources, to look up prosperous law firms.         antitrust specialization and success record,
search databases were not available when     He had a specific interest in antitrust law, so   he said.
LeHocky was finishing law school, he took    he began by looking up “firms whose names
advantage of the basic technology he had     were attached to significant antitrust cases.”


Description: Mark LeHocky, Vice President, General Counsel started his career as a summer clerk, search engines and job search databases were not available. While conducting legal research during internship, he fined a legal resource known as LexisNexis.
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