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Please feel free to print the list off – we are aware of a number of UK and overseas law firms who have been using these questions as a template for their legal job interviews since 2001. 71 In the future would you be willing to manage a branch office? 73 Do you think you would need to undergo training for advocacy? 75 Have you ever been involved either paid or unpaid with the services of the voluntary sector? 81 What sort of activities are you interested in outside of work?
When going for interviews, bear in mind that a large number of solicitors and particularly partners of law firms have never received formal training in interview technique. 76 What do you think about law as it is practised in private practice firms?
61 What do you know about the impact of the Human Rights Act on law in this country?
60 What are your views on the policies of the Legal Services Commission? Often, therefore, it can result in an interview being more of an opportunity for the Senior Partner to advise you of the difficulties he/she had in 1991 when only one of the toilets worked, or the history of the firm’s policy on coffee breaks. 77 What are the three main attributes for a successful commercial lawyer? It can be a good idea to try to steer the conversation towards the topics you have particular strengths in, so highlighting your good points. Of course, if you get a HR specialist, things are considerably different, and you may find the interview concentrates more on non-legal issues.. Over 300 more questions are available in the Online Video Interview Training for Lawyers and Law Students Pack. Interview Coaching available Face to Face – click here for details 1 Where do you see yourself in five years time? 59 What are your views on the franchising of legal aid firms?