Editor’s note: This is the 12th article in a series providing interview tips and techniques for attorneys. Links to previous articles in the series follow this article.

Making a good last impression in a job interview is almost as important as making a good first impression. Obviously, if an interview starts out badly, it is very difficult to turn things around. But, assuming you have done a decent job throughout, you also want to leave with a strong finish to set you apart from the other candidates vying for the job.

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