Anonymous User wrote:RodneyRuxin wrote:Anonymous User wrote:When you bid multiple offices of a firm and get an interview for one of the offices, can the firm see the other office(s) you bid?
Depends if the firm has listed "no multiple interviews"(latham) or chose the two offices to be treated as two separate firms(Kirkland).
If it's the former, then the interviewer will see. If it's the latter, then I think it depends on the firm and whether or not they're communicating b/w offices.
If a firm is listed as "no multiple interviews" (e.g. Latham) and you get a screener for Office B but not Office A in the lottery, can you still be considered for Office A if it's your first choice?
It's my understanding that successfully getting one bid with that firm will get you the interview. At the interview, the firm will likely know which bid caused the interview to be scheduled (some have different interview dates/times), but it won't know where you bid the other office. My conclusion from that info was that, for example, if I bid Latham Chi #1 and Latham NY #50 I could interview for both offices at the same time without issue.
Not sure if this is correct, but this is what I based my bidlist off of.
ETA: With bidding closed it's too late to worry about now. Sorry for the late response. Best of luck, everyone.