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My Epic Job Interview Fail After Law School

With the hope that it will benefit you, I’m sharing a story below of a time when I epically failed a job interview. It was actually more of a meeting to see if I was even worthy of a full job interview…but the failure...

How To Fail A Job Interview

A great way to fail a job interview is to neglect to explain why you want the job. This may sound really obvious, but I can’t tell you how many people leave employers wondering, “why is this person here”. When you’re interviewing, you need...

What’s Your Story? The Question To Answer In Job Interviews

Community organizer Robert Hoo
When it comes to job interviewing, resumes and cover letters, you don’t want to just regurgitate a boring, chronological list of your work experience. Instead, use those three outlets as opportunities for you to tell your story. What’s your story? Ask yourself this question...

Why Being Curious Helps You In Job Interviews

Civil Appellate Lawyer Cindy Tobisman
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...

Interview Advice For Lawyers That’s Easy To Follow

Oregon Assistant Attorney General Heather Weigler
Do you have a job interview coming up? Heather Weigler, an assistant attorney general in Oregon, has some great interview advice for you in this video. Even though her advice on how to act in an interview is simple and straightforward, lots of people...

How To Break The Ice and Nail The Interview

Association Lobbyist PJ Hoffman
When you go into a job interview, you want to connect with the person on the other side of the table. But how do you do that? In this video, PJ Hoffman tells a story of how he broke the ice at a job...
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