Editor’s note: This is the sixth article in a series providing interview tips and techniques for attorneys. Links to previous articles in the series follow this article.

Videoconference interviews are becoming more common as law firms and corporations expand geographically, and as travel becomes more expensive and time-consuming. Increasingly, law firms are organized by practice or industry groups, with matters being staffed with lawyers from offices around the globe. Therefore, candidates may need to interview with practitioners in other states or countries with whom they will be working if hired. And, especially in this down economy, prospective employers are cutting costs, so many may utilize their on-site videoconferencing capabilities rather than fly interviewers or candidates to meetings in far-flung offices.

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