Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at White & Case
- Legal Assistant (4)
- Associate (3)
- Associate Attorney (1)
- Law (1)
- Information Technology (1)
- Summer Associate (1)
- Senior Financial Analyst (1)
- Executive Assistant (1)
- Network Engineer (1)
- Desktop Infrastructure Engineer (1)
Legal Assistant Interview
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at White & Case (New York, NY).
Invited for 2 rounds of interviews. First was brief with HR coordinator and paralegals coordinator. Questions were detailed and pointed, but fair.
Second round was interviewed by a paralegal and partner in the group. Partner seemed very disinterested and informal, didn't really seem to have any interest in conducting the interview.
Took a writing test, though and was sent a letter in the mail a week later saying I didn't get the job. Overall, it was a blessing in disguise, the environment was not for me.
- Tell me about a time you knew that you were not going to meet a deadline. What did you do? Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for White & Case
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I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at White & Case.
It was a very efficient process, and generally pleasant - but a little impersonal. I think the whole thing took roughly 4 hours. I spoke with the hiring manager and all 3 Lawyers I'd be assisting. Finally, I performed a written assessment. There was no follow-up in the end.
- For the written assessment: Describe a time you faced an ethical dilemma. What was it, and how did you resolve things? Answer Question
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took a day – interviewed at White & Case (New York, NY) in August 2011.
People were generally very nice. Some of the questions I didn't expect, like "did you ever ask for an extension on an assignment"? and "what do you think you'll be doing as a legal assistant?" After I interviewed with one woman, I went into the office of another and talked with her briefly one-on-one.
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The process took a day – interviewed at White & Case (New York, NY) in December 2010.
Phone interview went great, the panel interview was weird - It consisted of two guys sitting on opposite sides of the room mostly talking about their personal education (which was not even legal related - talking about how they wanted to be actors) peppered with a few questions that did not seem job related at all. They did not talk about the perks or benefits of the company or really anything related to the company. The interview was held in one of their offices which had papers everywhere and had a very unprofessional feel. I left knowing there would be no job offer as the job interview itself was so confusing.
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