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Mass mailing Q, no email address?

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Jul 13, 2016 7:45 pm

I am making my mass mailing list right now and have found that a lot of the firms I found on NALP and Martindale does not have a email address for their recruiter? Some of them doesn't have a recruiter at all.

I am making the list for mostly mid-sized (50-100) CA firms. Does these firms simply not have a summer program? Should I only mail firms that have a career page with summer associate programs?

If a firm doesn't have a page for summer associate program does that mean they don't hire summer clerks?

Thanks in advance

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Re: Mass mailing Q, no email address?

Postby Babum » Wed Jul 13, 2016 8:02 pm

Let's start with the basics. Use "do" for plural and "does" for singular.

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Re: Mass mailing Q, no email address?

Postby lavarman84 » Wed Jul 13, 2016 8:23 pm

Some of those firms will have summer programs. They just aren't as formal and organized as biglaw programs. And they may or may not have a person that works as a recruiter. If there's someone listed, I'm sure you can find a way to get a hold of them. If there isn't and it's a midlaw firm, they may not have one. In that case, just reach out to the firm.(if you're not sure whom to reach out to, call the firm and ask)

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Re: Mass mailing Q, no email address?

Postby UCLAHopeful16 » Wed Jul 13, 2016 9:54 pm

Babum wrote:Let's start with the basics. Use "do" for plural and "does" for singular.


How is that helpful?

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Re: Mass mailing Q, no email address?

Postby UCLAHopeful16 » Wed Jul 13, 2016 9:55 pm

Babum wrote:Let's start with the basics. Use "do" for plural and "does" for singular.


I'm not OP, but this was a useless post.

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Re: Mass mailing Q, no email address?

Postby h2go » Wed Jul 13, 2016 11:57 pm

UCLAHopeful16 wrote:
Babum wrote:Let's start with the basics. Use "do" for plural and "does" for singular.


I'm not OP, but this was a useless post.


Using proper grammar is probably a good move if you want to get hired.

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Re: Mass mailing Q, no email address?

Postby UCLAHopeful16 » Thu Jul 14, 2016 12:04 am

h2go wrote:
UCLAHopeful16 wrote:
Babum wrote:Let's start with the basics. Use "do" for plural and "does" for singular.


I'm not OP, but this was a useless post.


Using proper grammar is probably a good move if you want to get hired.


No question. There's probably a difference, though, between a post on TLS and a document OP would send to an employer.

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Re: Mass mailing Q, no email address?

Postby Babum » Thu Jul 14, 2016 6:20 am

UCLAHopeful16 wrote:
h2go wrote:
UCLAHopeful16 wrote:
Babum wrote:Let's start with the basics. Use "do" for plural and "does" for singular.


I'm not OP, but this was a useless post.


Using proper grammar is probably a good move if you want to get hired.


No question. There's probably a difference, though, between a post on TLS and a document OP would send to an employer.


That presupposes that OP knows, or could know, of his error and would then fix it.

OP you could check the firm's website and see if the contact info is there. If you can't find it, it could mean that they don't have anyone to handle that job.

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Re: Mass mailing Q, no email address?

Postby 1styearlateral » Thu Jul 14, 2016 8:49 am

UCLAHopeful16 wrote:
h2go wrote:
UCLAHopeful16 wrote:
Babum wrote:Let's start with the basics. Use "do" for plural and "does" for singular.


I'm not OP, but this was a useless post.


Using proper grammar is probably a good move if you want to get hired.


No question. There's probably a difference, though, between a post on TLS and a document OP would send to an employer.

If OP knew what he wrote was incorrect, why write it at all? It is clear that grammar is not OP's strong suit, which will likely show in any correspondence to the firm. Considering writing is an important part of an attorney's job, this would likely not go over well re: hiring.

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Re: Mass mailing Q, no email address?

Postby Anonymous User » Thu Jul 14, 2016 12:36 pm

OP here, thanks for the help. Both for the grammar and the answer to my actual question.



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