Legal Job Interview by Cliff Ennico
Winning the Law-Related Job in Today's Market

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As a result of dynamic changes in the current legal job market, most legal professionals today have to spend a substantial amount of time planning their careers while still in law school, refining those plans as their careers unfold, and keeping their eyes open for changes in the legal environment. With so many of their peers vying for the same positions, legal job candidates who understand the special art of interviewing for legal jobs will stand out from the crowd. This unique guide covers all the topics they need to know, including:

What’s different about legal job interviewers;
What work needs to be done before scheduling and arriving at the interview;
The step-by-step process of a typical interview;
What to do (and not to do) to maximize the chance of getting that job offer;
Guidance for lunch, cocktail, or dinner interviews (whose purpose is often different form the in-office interview);
Strategies for dealing with common legal job interview questions;
Using your interviewing skills after you’ve landed the job you want


About Cliff Ennico

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Cliff Ennico (Fairfield, CT) is a lawyer specializing in legal and tax issues for small businesses, and is a popular instructor at eBay University. The host of the PBS show MoneyHunt, he is a frequent contributor to Entrepreneur magazine and the author of
Published July 21, 2009 by Kaplan Law Trade. 211 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical, Law & Philosophy, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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