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Why Being Curious Helps You In Job Interviews

Being a curious person can help you in a lot of ways: from being a better networker to a better listener to a better sales person and even better at interviewing for law degree jobs. After all, if you’re curious, it will make the give-and-take of a job interview discussion flow more naturally, you’ll gather more information and you won’t seem like you’re faking interest in the opportunity. I talk a lot about this in one-on-one interview coaching sessions.

Today’s guest, appellate law partner Cindy Tobisman, shares her perspective on job interviewing and advises how being curious helps you in job interviews.

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Today’s Guest

Civil Appellate Lawyer Cindy TobismanCivil Appellate Lawyer Cindy Tobisman
Title: Partner, Greines, Martin, Stein & Richland
City: Los Angeles, CA
Law School: Berkeley Law in Berkeley, CA
College: University of California at Berkeley in Berkeley, CA
Previous Careers: Before connecting with her calling of appellate law, Cindy did business litigation and affordable housing real estate transactions.
 

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