Mass Mailing to Small Firms - To Whom Should I Address It?

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whatamidoing
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Mass Mailing to Small Firms - To Whom Should I Address It?

Postby whatamidoing » Thu Aug 08, 2013 11:51 am

Sorry if this topic has been discussed to death.

I just have a quick question - I'm a 2L, mass mailing small firms (targeting firms with 5-15 attorneys, that seem to be hiring about one associate per year) that specialize in the field I am interested in.

For some of the firms I cannot find an office manager or administrative assistant or similar concept. To whom do you guys recommend I address my cover letters? To a random partner with whom I have similar school connections? Or is it better in this situation to simply do the dreaded "To whom it may concern?" Or an associate attorney?

I would really appreciate any advice. I wouldn't be here if I hadn't already investigated the firm's staff and come up with no solid name. Should I call the firm and ask?

Thanks guys and good luck to everyone with OCI.

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JuTMSY4
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Re: Mass Mailing to Small Firms - To Whom Should I Address It?

Postby JuTMSY4 » Thu Aug 08, 2013 11:57 am

call and ask.

1) they're either tell you they aren't hiring; or
2) you get it to the right person




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