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What questions do you have for me?

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Had prepared several, but wasn't prepared for this to be the entire interview!

"Please describe a conflict you have had with a former supervisor and how you handled it." (I found this odd at the interview, but soon after working there, I understood..... not good.

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If I would like to work here and would I enjoy a position that could be stressful?

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Tell me about yourself?

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No questions are very technical. It's all about whether you're a good fit and get along with everyone in the chambers. You'll be asked if you took a creditor's right or bankruptcy class in law school.

Nothing difficult or unexpected. Pretty standard interview questions about work ethic, how you handle stress, strengths/weaknesses, etc.

Why did you apply for the commercial division? Do you have any experience with civil practice? Are you familiar with New York CPLR (Civil Practice Law and Rules.


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Why do you want to pursue a clerkship in New Jersey?

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