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Look the Look: Dressing for Interviews
You've managed to land the interview for a first-year associate position at O'Melveny & Myers; now you need to look the part. Easy, right? I always thought so, but there are many people out there who need some job interview fashion advice! Now, I'm not asking you to roll up looking like a Gucci fashionista, but let me explain some of the guidelines.
How to Sell Yourself on Interviews, Part Two
It is very important to remember that you cannot sell yourself until you know what the interviewer needs. Therefore, the interviewer speaks first. The smart strategy is to listen well and then match his or her needs.
How to Sell Yourself on Interviews, Part One
Your resume was posted among thousands of competing resumes, and to your surprise, you were chosen for an in-person interview. Congratulations! But wait...what are those voices in your head saying? Are you really going to be able to compete against the top candidates?
En Vogue Etiquette, Part I: The Handshake
Etiquette is much more about the small things than the big ones. For instance, not only should you stand up when shaking a person's hand, but your handshake should also come across as strong and confident.
Free Employment Clinic: How to Fix the Boo-Boos in Your History
Remember how, when you were a child, your mommy taught you how to put a Band-Aid on your knee after your most recent fall? Sometimes a scar was inevitable, yet she always knew how to make you feel better. But what can you do about the boo-boos in your employment history?
Just Browsing - Looking for Positions While Employed
It's Saturday afternoon, and on your way home from the dry cleaners, you spot an amazing three-tiered red velvet cake with buttercream frosting in the window of a bakery. Perhaps you even dare to step inside for a few minutes and look around. The moment someone says,
Lawyers on Caffeine
We've all heard different versions of the Ecclesiastical statement
Resume Tailoring
In my line of work, “resume tailoring” refers specifically to clients who would like extended periods of time to work on their resumes and cover letters with me so that we can adjust their documents as their position descriptions and employment desires shift. However, the broader definition of “tailoring” with regard to resumes, I think, now reflects more than ever its original vocational meaning.
Making Pro Bono Worth Reading About
Every legal professional seeks to find ways to make his or her resume stand out from the rest. Sometimes it can feel a lot like applying for college all over again. You may ask yourself, “Do I have enough volunteer work? Do I show knowledge and experience in a variety of areas? But do I still look focused and dedicated to my line of work? Most of all, does what I have come across as impressive enough to make an employer take interest?”
Dating the Interviewer
Forgive me now for the comparison I am about to make, but interviews are, in a lot of ways, no different from blind dates. Think about it. Each person involved asks empty, detail-oriented questions in an attempt to gain as much information as possible about the other before their time together comes to an end.
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