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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Attorney Interview Questions

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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Washington, DC
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I applied online. I interviewed at Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Washington, DC).

Interview

Initial interview round consisted of interviews with several panels within the division. They use a structured interview model, so interviewers are required to only use questions from the official interview book. This makes the interview somewhat stiff and it's harder to make a personal connection. On the other hand, it's intended to ensure a fair interview process, so it makes sense.
It took FOREVER before I got a call for the final interview (several months). I had assumed I just didn't get the job. The final interview was with two supervisors and followed the same structured interview format.

Interview Questions

  • Explain a time when you had to research an entirely new topic and describe your research process step-by-step.   Answer Question

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    Anonymous Employee
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    Interview

    Telephonic and then in-person interview with panel.

    Interview Questions

    • Normal attorney interview designed to determine experience level .   Answer Question

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