What to bring to an interview (on-campus or otherwise)

February 10, 2010Duke Law News

What to bring to an interview (on-campus or otherwise):
Updated resume
Writing sample (See Memo on writing sample preparation sent January 2010)
Law School Transcripts (Official or Unofficial). You may use an official or unofficial (downloaded from ACES) version of your transcript. You may obtain a transcript via the University Registrar's website at www.registrar.duke.edu or via ACES under Academics/Transcript Requests. (Be sure to make several copies of your transcript to bring with you to each interview.)
List of references; Two to three people who can recommend you for employment based on their personal experience with you as a student or employee.
(Please refer to your Career Planning Manual and Appendix)
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