Tag Archives: Interviewing

South Florida Legal Networking Events for the Week of September 1, 2014 #sofllegalnetworking #cpdcareercafes

  Career Café – Office of Career and Professional Development (CPD) NSU Shepard Broad Law Center Date: Tuesday, September 2, 2014 12:00 pm to 12:50 pm Location: Room C2 NSU Law Center Topic: LexisNexis Presentation: conducting Due diligence for the Fall Interview Process Lunch provided. Students earn 10 professionalism points towards the Dean’s Certificate of […]

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Handling On Campus Law School Interviews

Reposted from The Job Goddess (click here for original article) In many respects, on-campus interviews are like any other kind of interview…just a lo-o-o-t more convenient. You have to: • Research the employer and the interviewer (at the very least, visit the employer’s website, including press releases, and the interviewer’s profile therein); • Prepare an […]

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175 Helpful Questions To Ask At A Job Interview

Reposted from jobmob (click for original article) The Best Questions To Ask In A Job Interview Although the article keeps saying ‘company, company, company’, the questions are relevant if you’re applying for a position at any other kind of organization. Questions 1-71 are about the job itself Questions 72-111 are about the company Questions 112-131 […]

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OCI – Who, What, When, and How

Fall Recruiting Season   Fall recruiting season has officially begun.  Many of you may be asking, what is fall recruiting season?  What does it entail?  Who should participate?  What do I need to do to maximize the chances of successfully gaining summer employment?  Below are the answers to these questions along with the Office of […]

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Top 10 Tips from Legal Recruiters: How to Land an Interview

Reposted from the National Jurist (click for original article) Summer may have just begun, but fall on-campus interviews are right around the corner. You will probably start hearing about summer resume deadlines from your career center, if you haven’t already. If you are trying for a Big Law position, how can you present yourself in […]

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How To Conduct An Effective Informational Interview

Reposted from careerealism.com (click for original article) The informational interview is an effective way to build your network and gather information to move your career forward. Informational interviews can actually be quite fun. Meeting for coffee, or briefly in someone’s office, takes the pressure off both parties. The job seeker is simply asking for information, guidance, and […]

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Seven Steps to a Successful Job Search

Reposted from Forbes.com (click for original article) Know Your Strengths (and Weaknesses) It is important to be honest with yourself about exactly what skills you possess. This is the time to take a long, hard look at your work history to determine what your experience really includes. If you do not have a long work […]

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Top Executive Recruiters Agree There Are Only Three True Job Interview Questions

Reposted from Forbes.com (click for original article) The only three true job interview questions are: 1. Can you do the job? 2. Will you love the job? 3. Can we tolerate working with you? That’s it. Those three. Think back, every question you’ve ever posed to others or had asked of you in a job […]

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