Massmailing to recruiters v. to attorneys

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Re: Massmailing to recruiters v. to attorneys

Post by cron1834 » Sat Jul 15, 2017 9:46 pm

lolwat wrote:
cron1834 wrote:That's great and all, but I don't think anyone ITT is saying it's somehow wrong to email a resume to a hiring partner. The original question doesn't really distinguish between doing this and emailing it to a random associate just because they went to your school. I think we've seen some evidence here that the latter is probably neutral at best and harmful at worst.
The original question just references "an alum," in which case you've got several at least possibilities:

Alum hiring/managing partner (Yes)
Alum partner (probably)
Alum non-partner, e.g., of counsel/associate (perhaps err on the side of no)

Then, for sake of discussion, because why must we always limit a thread only to the very narrow question asked by the OP?:

Non-alum hiring partner (Yes)
Non-alum partner (no)
Non-alum associate (no)
Seems reasonable to me.

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