lavarman84 wrote:rpupkin wrote:Anonymous User wrote:FascinatedWanderer wrote:It's not that confusing. Outgoing calls from a courhouse are often routed through a different number. I've had several calls for interviews where the call back number left in the voicemail was a different number than what showed up in caller ID.
Anon from above.
Thanks, but that doesn't resolve my confusion. I have also received calls from chambers routed through different numbers, but I have never received a call from chambers in which they didn't leave a voicemail or follow up with an email.
Sometimes people call and then don't leave a voicemail for one reason or another. It's not strange and it's not confusing.
I think it's pretty strange if they want to get into contact with said person. If you call me and don't leave me a voicemail, I'm not calling you back unless I recognize the number.
Yeah, I agree with pupkin - in this situation they don't expect a call back. Interviews are much easier to schedule talking live, particularly if chambers is kind enough to want to take your schedule into account. If I'm at trial or something, I might not be at my desk very often during the day, and I don't particularly care whether we get in touch Tuesday morning rather than Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday or Thursday, so I may only leave a VM after I've tried you a few times.