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Nail your law job interview : the essential guide to firm, clerkship, government, in-house, and lateral interviews / by Natalie Prescott & Oleg Cross.

By: Prescott, Natalie.
Contributor(s): Cross, Oleg.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Franklin Lakes, NJ : Career Press, c2009Description: 223 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781601630537 (pbk.); 1601630530 (pbk.).Subject(s): Law -- Vocational guidance -- United States | Practice of law -- Vocational guidance -- United States | Employment interviewing -- United States | Reśumeś (Employment)
Contents:
How to network with ease -- Timing is everything -- How to do your homework -- What to bring -- What to wear -- How to sell yourself effectively -- Body language and demeanor -- Questions to ask -- What not to ask -- Limited disclosure -- Gap-fillers for awkward moments -- Answering inappropriate or illegal questions -- Bold moves -- Rude behavior -- Discussing law, politics, and religion -- Dealing with arrogant interviewers -- Lunch, dinner, and retreat interviews -- Big firms vs. small firms -- On-campus interviews -- Callback interviews and thank-you letters -- Interviewing for 1ls, 2ls, and 3ls -- Clerkship interviews -- Government interviews -- Lateral interviews -- Going in-house -- Tips for using a headhunter -- Interviewing in a bad economy or after getting fired -- Dealing with rejection -- Negotiating an offer -- Unique challenges for foreign applicants.
List(s) this item appears in: Careers
Item type Current location Collection Call number Copy number Status Date due Item holds
TREATISES, 1 VOLUME Newark Campus
Career Corner KF297 .P74 2009 (Browse shelf) 1 Available
Total holds: 0

Includes index.

How to network with ease -- Timing is everything -- How to do your homework -- What to bring -- What to wear -- How to sell yourself effectively -- Body language and demeanor -- Questions to ask -- What not to ask -- Limited disclosure -- Gap-fillers for awkward moments -- Answering inappropriate or illegal questions -- Bold moves -- Rude behavior -- Discussing law, politics, and religion -- Dealing with arrogant interviewers -- Lunch, dinner, and retreat interviews -- Big firms vs. small firms -- On-campus interviews -- Callback interviews and thank-you letters -- Interviewing for 1ls, 2ls, and 3ls -- Clerkship interviews -- Government interviews -- Lateral interviews -- Going in-house -- Tips for using a headhunter -- Interviewing in a bad economy or after getting fired -- Dealing with rejection -- Negotiating an offer -- Unique challenges for foreign applicants.

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