Category: Going In-House

Five tips for successfully navigating phone interviews and screeners for in-house counsel positions

Phone screens may seem like relatively low-stress, comparatively “easy” interviews to deal with. But unless you prepare properly you could be putting your chances of moving on to the next round in jeopardy. Here are five tips for handling the phone screener so you’re ready to dive into this critical step in the interview process.

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The ten commandments for going in-house: Part 2

Part 2 in our two-part series on making the move from law firm to in-house corporate counsel practice is here! These are the second five of our ten commandments for getting out of the law firm grind, from picking an industry instead of practice area to being patient while you’re still an associate looking for the right in-house role.

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Tested tactics for setting up a killer online in-house counsel job search that converts

All the greatest cover letter and CV templates in the world aren’t worth a thing if you can’t find any good positions to apply for! But in a world where we’re bombarded by emails from LinkedIn, Indeed, Glassdoor, and other sites, how do you cut through the noise and set up a job search that’s laser-focused on positions for which you’re qualified? Here are a few tips that have worked for us in the past, and which you should continue using to keep tabs on the job market even while you’re still gainfully employed.

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