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Brain Food to Eat Before Your Interviews

by Leah Collins | September 27, 2022

To improve your brain functioning and ensure that you’re at your best during your next interview, here are the foods you’ll want to eat.

4 Tips for Acing Your Internship Interview

by Andrew Fennell | September 15, 2022

Here are four tips for impressing any employer and landing yourself a top internship.

4 Key Tips for a Successful Interview

by Rob Porter | July 12, 2022

Gearing up for a job interview? Here are even more great tips to help you succeed.

6 Lessons to Learn from Job Rejections

by Alice Monroe | March 09, 2022

There's a lot to learn from job rejections. Here are six lessons that will help you become a better job candidate and interviewee.

How to Negotiate Your Salary or Raise Like a Pro

by Rob Porter | March 02, 2022

Thinking of asking for a raise? Here are some tips to help you negotiate with confidence.

How to Get Hired with No Experience

by Elea Andrea Almazora | December 06, 2021

There are ways of working around a lack of experience. What follows will guide you through a process to help you get hired despite having zero experience.

Questions You Should Never Ask During a Legal Job Interview

by Vault Law Editors | October 19, 2021

Preparing questions for your legal job interview is important, but not all questions are appropriate during this stage. Here are some questions to avoid.

4 Body Language Tips for Virtual Interviews

by George Relish | October 11, 2021

Virtually expressing yourself through body language is not that hard. All you need is a little bit of practice and to keep these four tips in mind.

How to Be More Interesting in Interviews

by Charlotte Lin | September 23, 2021

Although not explicitly, hiring managers judge interviewees on how interesting they are. So, here are four ways to be more interesting in interviews.

Navigating the In-House Attorney Interview

by Vault Law Editors | September 15, 2021

In-house interviews aren't entirely different from other types of legal interviews, but there are unique aspects of the process you should prepare for.