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

If done correctly, an interview will provide an opportunity for both the prospective employer and the candidate to learn more about each other. Therefore, questions asked by the candidate are just as important as those asked by the interviewer. Besides eliciting information about the position and the law firm, you need to determine whether this is the right career move for you given your goals. Good questions demonstrate your interest and insight and can increase your chances of getting an offer.

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