Should I ask for an informational interview?

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Should I ask for an informational interview?

Yes, before school starts
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Yes, some other time during the year
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kekepania
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Should I ask for an informational interview?

Postby kekepania » Tue Jul 24, 2012 2:13 am

0L here freaking out about job prospects!

I just completed a masters of public health program and will be starting law school in one month!! One of my professors mentioned that she had attended a lecture given by an attorney specializing in health law (as of now, this is what I'm interested in) and suggested that I try to contact that attorney. This attorney works in one of the largest law firms in my state (where I plan to live for the rest of my life) and is very established.

Should I? Before school starts? How should I approach it?

rad lulz
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Re: Should I ask for an informational interview?

Postby rad lulz » Tue Jul 24, 2012 2:23 am

I'd rather try to get a job with my MPH than going to a school w these employment stats, especially since Hawaii isn't exactly a Mecca of health law.

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Contact this atty via email, explain your sitch, and ask to talk about her practice.




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