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I have a CB for a NY firm next week. When I scheduled it a few weeks ago the recruiter asked if I had any particular practice area interests. My understanding is that is so they can try to have someone from that group be one of your interviewers. I said tax and then waivered a bit. She said she'd put down tax and general or something like that. I am genuinely interested in tax, but there are only ~10 tax attorneys in a 200+ office. Now I'm worried that I shouldn't have said that and that I just boxed myself into a corner. Am I freaking about nothing? Should I call recruiting and mention that I'm interested in more areas? Or will just mentioning that during the CB be enough?
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