LawWeb wrote:Heartford wrote:Seems like a silly question, but it's the internet so I'll go ahead and ask it:
What's the process for determining who gets a callback? I ask because some firms had multiple interviewers conducting separate interviews simultaneously on my campus. Does each interviewer decide which of the candidates with whom she spoke will receive a callback? Is there some kind of meeting? How are these decisions made?
To tack onto this, I'd be interested to know the post-callback process. A host of different lawyers talk to dozens (or more) candidates. Does each interviewer "score" the candidate after the interview, and it is raw score? Do they really remember each individual and have a conversation later with all those atty's together?
At least for us, callback decisions are (for the most part) made by each interviewer independently, with adjustments based upon total desired callbacks from that school and grades.
For post-callbacks, each interviewer rates the candidate and then the committee reviews the totals + comments.