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I recently got elected to an editorial position on law review at my school. I interviewed with a firm prior to elections and am waiting to here a response. Should I send them an updated resume with my new editorial position listed? Thanks.
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Awesome typo for a law review editorial board member. But yes, send it with a cover letter noting the update. "Enclosed please find an updated resume reflecting my recent election to law review editorial board. I remain interested in a position with your firm and look forward to hearing from you," or something.
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