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Jennifer Henderson is a Partner for MLA in their Southern California office. Her focus is on placing associates and partners into law firms and corporations and assisting attorneys with all stages of their career development. She has counseled, coached, recruited and placed top talent within the legal and business sectors for over 10 years and is regularly called upon by lawyers at all levels for advice on their career paths and opportunities.

5 Ways Law Firms Can Improve Their Job Interviews

5 Ways Law Firms Can Improve Their Job Interviews

In a recent article published in The New York Times, Jason Dana, a professor at the Yale School of Management, argued that job interviews are “utterly useless” in identifying the best candidates for a job. He had students interview other students and then predict their grade point averages for the following semester. The prediction was […]

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