Interviewing

A critical component of the job search is a successful interview strategy. Interviews are generally the first face-to-face meeting between a student and prospective employer. Therefore, it is imperative that a student not only make a favorable impression, but use the limited time in an interview to demonstrate his or her competency, sincere interest, skills, individual strengths, and unique fit with the employer.

We offer a number of Programs and Events  to help students at all levels to practice interview skills. And we strongly encourage you to schedule appointments with your career advisor to discuss individualized interviewing strategies.

Watch video recordings of hiring attorneys discussing strategies of interviewing.
Watch video recordings of hiring attorneys discussing the process of evaluating applicants.

In addition, books and videos on interviewing are available in the Moritz Law Library.

Additional Materials on Interviewing:

Preparing for the Interview
What to Wear
Questions You Can Anticipate
Equal Opportunity Interviewing
NALP Guide on Interviewing For Students with Disabilities
Questions to Ask Employers
Call Backs or Second Interviews
Career Services Reimbursements
NALP Guidelines