Anonymous User wrote:Anonymous User wrote:Anonymous User wrote:Has anyone heard from Miami State Atty's Office?
Current employee there. I know that 1 offer has gone out and has been accepted. And I know there were a few people who got round 3s who haven't heard anything yet.
(Am a different person than the Anon poster above)
Do you happen to know how many people who make it to the 3rd round get an offer? I've heard completely different things, from the 3rd interview being (almost) a formality and an offer is very likely, to making it to the 3rd round doesn't mean anything necessarily. And do you know the general timeline for hiring? Just wondering if I missed the hiring boat for Miami since I have no offer at this point.
Miami SAO from the quote here again. I'm not privy to a ton of hiring info because I'm not on the hiring committee, so consider this slightly more informed speculation. With respect to the 3rd Round, based on what I've heard (an experienced when I was interviewing) it's less of a formality here than other offices. So it's not unheard of to go through Round 3 and not get an offer.
I don't think you're out of the running just yet. The timeline is weird. In my class we had people hired in December-April before the starting August class. There were people who interviewed in January and didn't get offers until March/April. My advice to you is just stay in contact with recruiting coordinator and let him know you're interested.
On a similarly related note. This years hiring has been a little weird. The office usually brings in a Spring class of about 10-12 and a fall class of around 40. For reasons that are unknown to me, it appears that there isn't going to be a Spring class this year. So we're hiring 10 or so less lawyers.