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Miller Thomson
Senior Corporate Paralegal was asked...October 18, 2017

When working on a corporate file, what do you do first?

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Review the articles, notice of article and any substantive contracts regarding the company (like shareholders agreements). Less

Confirm company details such as address , name, contact or reason for working with file are matche information provided on internal system. Less

Gibson Dunn & Crutcher

What's your current salary.

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I gave a range

Current salary 0.


The most difficult question was why didn't I want to take the taped pre-interview interview.

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I am uncomfortable being audio and video taped.

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Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton

Where do you see yourself in the next five years?

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Working as a Corporate Attorney with Capital Markets in a respected law firm.


Do you prefer Litigation or Corporate law?

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I like both sectors, but I have a stronger preference with Financials, Corporate and Compliance. Less


They asked me why I was leaving my current employment.

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I was not happy with the culture or the "lack of" at my previous company.

Blue Raven Solar

What is your experience with litigation? What type of civil law are you familiar with?

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I would focus my answers on my experience.

Heartland Dental

Tell me about your experience.

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Gave a list of previous work experience.


Tell me about yourself?

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Explained my recent accomplishments and my positive attitude to strive in difficult situations. Less


Why did I want to work for Bird?

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I mentioned my love for urban culture, scooters, ease of accessibility and clean-air focus. Less

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