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Description:  Major publisher seeks editor-reporter to write newsletters and handbooks focusing on employment law.  We offer friendly workplace, with editors who take pride in their work.  

Requirements: One to three years reporting/editing experience; excellent writing skills; degree in journalism, English or a related field; legal experience helpful, as is understanding of judicial opinions or the Fair Labor Standards Act. 

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  1. Take us through your resume and qualifications.
    Tips on your interview opening.

  2. How do the duties for the position that you're interviewing for differ from the duties of your current position?

  3. How would you deal with a large volume of writing each month, at least five stories?

  4. Tell us about your training and experience in reading large amounts of information and gleaning the main idea?

  5. Tell us about your ability to multitask in this position.

Follow-up:  Give us an example of how well you multitask in your current position.

  1. What are your career goals?

  2. Why would you be successful in legal writing?

  3. Describe the ideal supervisor that you want want to work for?

  4. Is there anything you'd like to add?
    Summarize by emphasize your qualifications as they apply to this job.   Also cover anything you missed from your opening.  Tips on your interview closing.


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