« on: August 22, 2008, 07:59:07 PM »
Does anyone have any insight on whether there is a benefit to going to firm's mass interview sessions/cocktail parties over normal interview/lunch callbacks?
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« on: August 16, 2008, 08:35:26 PM »
One more question. How important is it to have a callback early in the callback interview season? Are decisions made on a rolling basis? And is mid to late september considered early, middle or late?
« on: August 15, 2008, 07:16:29 PM »
Is there any difference between normal callback interviews and callback nights where the firm hosts a cocktail party? Would the callback night be more likely to result in an offer? It seems that if you order your schedule around them, and not vice versa, it would show that you're more interested in the firm.
Am i overthinking this?
« on: August 13, 2008, 10:02:52 PM »
are callbacks usually scheduled during the business week? It seems that law offices have lawyers working 7 days a week, i was curious if any call backs were scheduled for the weekends. That would allow me to do several call backs during one trip to NYC...
I got an email from a firm i am very keen on interviewing with that basically said "thank you for your resume. We are very impressed with your credentials and want to know what ties you have to the offices you listed." Does that sound like they will be inviting me down for an interview if they find my ties to the office(s) to be sufficient? This was a firm i sent a copy of my resume to on my own because they do not interview on campus. Good sign?
So i got an email from a firm i am very interested in interviewing with that basically said "thank you for your interest. We are very impressed by your resume and would like to know what ties you have to our offices." Does that sound like they will be inviting me down for an interview if they find my ties to the office to be sufficient?