how to communicate offer to other judge?

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newlawgrad
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Re: how to communicate offer to other judge?

Postby newlawgrad » Thu Aug 06, 2015 11:59 pm

Good points. And I was not at all saying that they should pay for interviews/travel--only saying that they've invested very little in interviewing you and while some judges don't interview many, others absolutely do. The one way obligation to accept is a bit overstated. They aren't obligated to give you an offer. I just think it's a little closer to the real employment world than people make it out to be. If you have two roughly contemporaneous interviews, for example, waiting for the second and accepting isn't that crazy. Some judges might flip out, yes, but I think that's the minority.

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Re: how to communicate offer to other judge?

Postby A. Nony Mouse » Fri Aug 07, 2015 12:14 am

Oh, I get what you mean. And I agree that in my experience it's definitely been a bit closer to the real employment world than lots of CSO wisdom suggests.




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