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Questions to Ask During Interviews

Correct Answer #1: “I Have Several Questions”

Ideally you will have a few. Just do not say you have tons, or your interviewers will instantly assume that you are either unprepared, that you cannot prioritize your questions, or that it is going to be a very long interview. For some lucky interviewees, asking questions comes naturally. These are usually the candidates who, as law students, managed to answer when called on by a professor and to ask intelligent questions in class, even when they did not do the reading. If you are one of those people you can probably wing it; if not, prepare your questions in advance. Keep in mind that lawyers appreciate brevity, so try to encapsulate several well-articulated, meaningful questions into the interview.

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