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No Offer From OCI-Now What?

by Rebecca King-Newman | October 31, 2022

. If you struck out during on-campus interviews (OCI), here are some things you can do and places you can look to land that job.

What To Do After A Layoff

by Rebecca King-Newman | October 03, 2022

Whether you got laid off because of your performance, because of the budget or economics, or because of some other reason, here are some things you can do.

The Key to a Truly Successful Job Interview

by Julia DiPrete | August 18, 2022

Do job interviews make you nervous? If the answer is yes, we have good news for you: The most successful job interviews are conversations—not interrogations.

How To Master The On-Campus Interview

by Julia DiPrete | August 11, 2022

It’s time for on-campus interviews—do you feel ready? Law students often forget that OCI is a valuable resource for candidates, not just interviewers.

Hobbies and Interests: Should They Be on Your Resume?

by Rob Porter | January 06, 2022

Here's how including some of your hobbies and interests on your resume might help make you stand out to employers.

What to Include in a Follow-Up Email After Your Interview

by Owen Baker | February 02, 2021

Sending a follow-up email after an interview is a great way to stand out from the crowd. Here are seven tips for writing a great follow-up.

The Most In-Demand Soft Skills and Which Industries Want Them

by Vault Careers | October 02, 2020

Soft skills can be the deciding factor in an interview--but what soft skills are employers looking for? Check out this infographic to learn.

Legal Career Spotlight: TV News Correspondent to Divorce Attorney to Political Candidate

by Kaitlin McManus | April 09, 2019

We chat with Kristen Browde about her remarkable career path, from CNN's first Supreme Court correspondent, to her divorce practice, to a run for local office in New York.

Fourteen Unique Law Firm Interview Questions

by Mary Kate Sheridan | August 27, 2018

Law firm interviews can be nerve-racking—preparing for the unexpected is key. Read on for 14 unique interview questions that Vault Law 100 firms are asking.

5 Ways to Make a Better First Impression

by Marianne Stenger | September 13, 2017

As summer comes to a close, many of us will be starting new jobs or working with new clients and colleagues. In order to make a good impression, it can help to understand how others perceive us and what we can do to improve the way we come across during that first meeting.