What To Look For When Seeking Out A Legal Recruiter- Part 3

Part 3 of the 3 part series… What to Look For When Seeking Out A Legal Recruiter, by Neal Rechtman, CEO of Lawmatch Once you’ve identified a Search Consultant you want to work with, it is important to verify in advance how the recruiter plans to represent you and protect your confidentiality. You should retain…

The Art Of The Informational Interview

The typical person heading into a job interview at a law firm has done his or her homework. Generally this involves finding out whatever details and background information are available about the company and its principles, while also learning about the specific position being offered. Yet invariably, no matter how prepared one is, an interview is a high-pressure, high-stress situation. You’re aware that you have just this one chance to make a good impression, and that your interviewer has likely heard it all before, so it may be difficult to actually say anything that would impart a favorable or distinctive view of you, regardless of your qualifications. Is there anything an interviewee can do to up the odds in his or her favor?