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During this unprecedented time firm leaders, practice managers and hiring partners are asked to interview candidates to replace attorneys who have left or to grow their bench in certain areas via remote technology. Recruiting is a costly expense and should be managed with an eye to the bottom line. Effective interviewing can help control costs and is a skill that requires thought, preparation and practice. Though attorneys have experience interviewing clients, finding the right person who fits into a firm’s culture requires a different tactic. The following are techniques and important guidelines that will help an attorney conduct interviews that are efficient and help to lead to quality candidates for hire. The following applies to virtual interviewing as well as in person.
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