Editor’s Note: Ann Israel is off this week. This is an archived column from 2008.

Q: This has happened to me a couple of times. I have gone in for an interview at a small or medium-size law firm: The attorney interviewing me speaks exclusively of himself for the entire time. I have enough common sense to listen intently and look impressed when he reveals his secret to conducting the perfect deposition, but I fear the only way to sell myself is by interrupting him.

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