Volunteer to help future attorneys with practical interview skills

Thursday, Mar. 2, 2017
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Amanda Adam (left), Suffolk University Law School Class of 2016 took part in the MBA’s Mock Interview Program and was interviewed by Eric J. Moreno, Esq. (right). Photo courtesy of The Jacobs Law LLC.

The Massachusetts Bar Association's Law Practice Management Section is looking for volunteer members for its Mock Interview Program, which helps law students and recent graduates develop the interview skills integral to their professional development.

From March 21 to March 30, volunteer to give a 30-minute mock interview to a participating law student (you will be given a list of sample interview questions as a guide). After the interview, you will provide the student with feedback on the strengths and weaknesses of his/her interview. The participating student will be responsible for contacting you to set up the interview and pairings will be made based on location and practice area.

WHAT: Volunteer 30-45 minutes to conduct a mock interview with a participating law student/recent graduate and provide feedback on his/her strengths and weaknesses.
WHEN: March 20-31
WHERE: Your office
PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS: Boston College Law School, Boston University School of Law, Massachusetts School of Law, New England Law | Boston, Northeastern University School of Law, Suffolk University Law School, University of Massachusetts School of Law, and Western New England University School of Law

If you are interested in volunteering contact Eric Moreno by Friday, March 10, with your name, email address, practice area and whether you are available to conduct more than one interview.