Ok. thanks all
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So i have a callback on Tuesday in a city and with a firm that i am no longer interested in. Should i go on the callback? I made the plane reservations(no hotel) last weeks before i came to the conclusion that i do not want to be in that city, so i feel a little like a male private part for wanting to cancel, but it seems like a waste of money if i would not accept an offer with the firm.
Any advice on whether i should go or cancel on monday morning?
Probably, but law students and lawyers tend to be pretty homely in general, particularly ones at big law firms. I would think that i would fit right in
So, I am faring a lot worse than the OP is and I don't know why. I'm at a top30 school, law review, top 10%. All of my callbacks(5+) interviews have gone well, no real mistakes that i can tell, and I have nothing to show for it. By the way the firms are running away from me, i almost feel like my background check must be coming back with a report that I am a child molester.
Most of my interviews tend to run over the 20-30 time allotment, the conversations are engaging(at least i feel that they are), and there has been no awkward responses or silence. I am interviewing in cities that I have strong connections to and always do a lot of research on the firm/interviewer.
So what gives? I guess i am "that guy" that brings down the callback-to-offer ratio. I am waiting to hear back from 5 firms and still have 4 more to go, but I am getting really worried at this point.
2L job search / Re: No response from a few pre-screening interviews, should I call to see what's up?« on: September 20, 2008, 01:52:18 PM »
What about callback interviews?
There are two firms that I have not heard from either way. Now that i'm outside the time frame that they gave me to hear back, should I call or email the recruiting coordinator? Or leave it be?