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Haynes and Boone
Conflicts Analyst was asked...28 August 2019

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

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in 5 years I don't see anything in front of me but what is certain I will have my job and I will evolve in this company Less

in 5 years I don't see anything in front of me but what is certain I will have my job and I will evolve in this company Less

Beacon Hill Staffing Group

What have you been doing during the period in which you have been unemployed?

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I have never be unemployed. I am always busy with one enhancing skill or the other. Less

I have been a stay-at-home parent with full-time responsibilities of caring for the needs of my family of four. However, I have also made time to actively apply and interview for positions of interest. Additionally, I have stayed busy outside of the home and earning additional income by bartending on weekends. Less

Cozen O Connor

What's the difference between an ethical conflict and a business conflict?

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An ethical conflict can get an attorney disbarred and the firm sued; a business conflict may be ethically sound but unwise as a strategy. Less

McDermott Will & Emery

Not many as I was already known within the Firm, but the standard, what are you weaknesses, what are your strengths, how would you deal with a difficult co-worker, etc.

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Emphasized my previous relationship with the Firm to the difficult co-worker question, answered frankly on my strength/weakness questions. Less

Physicians for Human Rights

What is your desired salary range

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I answered with a number, and the rep thanked me for being transparent.

Kirkland & Ellis

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

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Settled in with a company that has stability and a good team (my company was going through a re-org and I preemptively started looking for a new job). Less

Hogan Lovells

Asking the usual "What is your worst attribute" question.

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I always try to find something that I know I can easily improve upon such as time management or saying no to too much work. Less


If I work in this position, I will not be able to transfer to an attorney position. Did that bother me?

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No, I am open to trying new areas that are not necessarily practicing law.

Bingham McCutchen

What can you tell us about our website?

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I didn't expect them to question me on this but it's a way for them to figure out how much research you've done. Less

SEA, Ltd.

Why do you want to leave current role?

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I truly believe that if you have the desire to be a winner in this game called life, you have to fundamentally initiate the requirements that sustains your desire to fulfill these obligations. I believe there are two kinds of people "hearers and doers" of what they say. I am a doer of what I say, if you want to do better in life then you're going to have to inquire the knowledge and skills to adapt to this significant change within your life. Former Forbes School of Business graduate looking to collaborate across 1). Database management environments developing, creating, and modifying general computer application software, or specialized utility programs within recommended database development guidelines; 2). Systems Analyst organizing and accessing information strategically, administering, testing, and implementing computer databases, applying knowledge of database management systems within (SDLC) guidelines; and 3). Information Systems (data) planning, directing, or coordinating activities in such fields as electronic data processing, information systems, and systems analysis for achieving bottom-line business results. Less

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