Category Archives: Interview Tips

How To Choose A Writing Sample

During the interview process many law firms will ask candidates to provide a writing sample.  This is especially true of junior to mid-level associate positions.  Undoubtedly, this has caused angst for many a candidate.  Not only can it be a … Continue reading

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Make The Business Case For A Firm To Hire You.

The single most important thing to keep in mind when interviewing at a law firm is to understand how the law firm will make money when they hire you. It sounds shallow, but law firms exist to make money.  Hiring … Continue reading

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How To Nail That Next Interview

Is there an interview on your horizon? If so, make sure take a common sense approach to making a good impression by utilizing three essential P’s: preparedness, positive attitude and professionalism. There won’t be much you can add to your … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Guilt Weigh You Down

Guilt can be a very powerful force. Some attorneys will trudge into the same firm or company day-in and day-out knowing that it is not where they want to be – just to avoid the guilt of leaving. You have … Continue reading

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You’re Welcome

  This was a post from several years ago, but in reviewing the old posts, I realized that as of the first week in October 2016, the exact same thing holds true – that I’ve received only four messages of … Continue reading

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