As the weather turns to fall, legions of eager students turn their attention to the annual recruitment season for consulting firms. The interview process is nerve-wracking to begin with, but to evaluate a candidate’s problem-solving abilities and personality under pressure, consulting interviewers employ the case interview method in which the candidate is presented a business case without any data shared beforehand and must solve the problem. In the case interview, the candidate’s problem-solving methodology is more important than the actual solution he proposes, so special attention must be paid during preparation.
The following resources have been useful in preparing to dissect case interviews. Continue reading How to Prepare for Consulting Recruitment Season
When you are interviewing for any role, regardless of the position, you can expect to be asked behavioral or situational interview questions. These questions give the employer a lens as to how you would handle different situations that may arise in the workplace. Some examples of these types of questions include: Continue reading The STAR Approach: How to Answer Interview Questions Effectively
Leila Nosrat is a self-motivated entrepreneur that works to help her clients and law students alike. Leila is an attorney and founder of Nosrat Law, where she helps entrepreneurs through all stages of building and growing a successful business. Leila is also the founder of Bar Prep Mindset, where she helps law students throughout the United States. Additionally, is the producer and host of “Law with Leila”, which gives simple and effective strategies to help law students succeed in school, on the Bar exam, and beyond.
In this Fireside Chat, we speak with Leila about how she built two successful businesses and how current law students can navigate the hardships of school. Continue reading Succeed in Law School and Pass the Bar Exam: a Fireside Chat with Leila Nosrat
After making it through a strenuous interview process, the greatest gratification is receiving a call stating that you have been selected for the position of your choice. However, while you may be excited about beginning a new career, you may be a little less enthusiastic about the salary and benefits the company is offering you.
In this Fireside Chat, we sat down with Lisa Metropolis-Toby, the Assistant Dean of Career Services at the Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) to learn about how to negotiate a job offer the right way. Continue reading Negotiate Your Salary the Right Way: a Fireside Chat with Lisa Toby
So you’ve practiced how you will answer all of the behavioral questions that come your way, but it’s also equally imperative to convey that you understand both the company itself and the role you are applying for. In order to properly prepare for an interview, it is important to conduct background research to guide your discussion.
Continue reading Doing Your Homework: What to Research Before an Interview
As someone who has been applying to jobs post-grad school, I have learned to play by the rules of resume-crafting—and it is a craft to sell your qualifications on an 8 by 11-inch piece of paper. While the overarching goal is to tailor your resumé to be as relevant to the position and company you are applying to, I’ve included a handful of other tips to create a standout resumé. Continue reading 6 Ways to Tailor your Resumé
Nervous before an interview? Here’s 10 things you can do to give you confidence and ward off the pre-interview jitters. Continue reading Confidence is Key: 10 Tips to Help You Conquer Your Nerves Before a Job Interview