I found this book to be a lifesaver. Job searchs can be frightening and overwhelming, for L1s in particular, but this book de-mystifies the entire process. My main obstacle was that I froze up on job interviews, despite having good grades. I tried getting help from Career Counseling, and I tried doing practice interviews with attornies, but it got to the point where I was too terrified to even apply for any more jobs. (Let me put it this way - my interviews used to be so bad that when I finally was able to tell my career counselor I had a job offer, she almost had a heart attack on the spot.)
I came across this book in our law library, and got good advice from the whole thing, but paid particular attention to the section on interviewing. I saw improvement in every interview I did, and ended up turning down several jobs before accepting an L2 Summer job. After graduating and passing the bar in another state, I reviewed the book again, and ended up getting through a marathon of 8 interviews in one afternoon, to get the job I wanted.
I found the entire book useful; the writing style was humorous and readable, and the advice was invariably helpful. My situation may have been more drastic than that of most law students, but this IS a book for those who are not having much luck finding a job. If you've got a lot of job offers, you probably don't need this book. For the rest of us...get a copy. Don't get it from your law library - another student will recall it soon. ;)