Editor’s note: This is the sixth article in a new series about job transitions for older attorneys. Look for a new article in the series each Monday over the next several weeks. Links to previous articles in the series are listed at the end of this article.
Interview basics are essentially the same whether you are a new lawyer or one with years of experience under your belt. There are some tips to keep in mind, however, to highlight what you have to offer while alleviating any concerns a prospective employer might have about hiring a more senior candidate.
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