Published: Feb 08, 2021
Studying for the bar exam is undoubtedly one of the most stressful steps in your legal career path, but there are some things you can do to help the process go a little smoother. The following tips for bar exam prep will go a long way toward bar exam success.
Any interview can be nerve-racking, but in a virtual environment, it is especially important to approach interviews with a good attitude and to be prepared for anything! After putting together detailed and compelling answers about your background and experience, now it’s time for you to ask the questions of your interviewer.
An ever-increasing number of firms are utilizing behavioral interview assessments to identify the best candidates, while simultaneously reducing implicit bias, during on-campus and callback interviews. At its core, behavioral interviewing is a technique in which interviewers ask candidates to give specific examples of past behaviors that they believe are predictive of certain job-relevant skills and competencies.
If you are currently studying for the bar exam, you will most likely spend long nights in front of your books while memorizing various elements. Just because you are studying does not mean that you cannot take time out of your schedule to treat yourself and unwind to feel refreshed.
There is one question you can always expect during your legal job interview: Do you have any questions for us? Preparing thoughtful, well-researched questions for this part of your interview is a great way to show your interest in the legal employer and that you have done your homework.