lawschool22 wrote:I have my off-campus interview today. For some reason I don't feel at all nervous like I did interviewing during undergrad for my current career. Maybe my couple years of w/e, working with clients, etc. has helped? I'm not sure, but I'm hoping it goes smoothly!
Good luck. I was the same and not nervous. However, I probably should have prepared a bit more. Meetings with clients are less intense, because there are things to talk about. Even job interviews (in my experience) are more casual, because they are usually only trying to get a feel for whether you will fit well with the people you will be working with. My law school interview had a lot of general "interview" questions that I was less prepared to answer than I would have liked to have been. As a hypothetical example, a question might be similar to: "What's your greatest weakness?" but instead of that question, it's something you haven't heard a hundred times. Like "Name the historical figure that has most inspired you, and what specifically you have done in your work/education to emulate that person." <-- This is not a real question I was asked, but it could have been.