Recent law graduates and job seekers are battling it out in this horrendous legal job market. There is no shortage of depressing job posts about unemployment rates, salary freezes, pay cuts, and alcoholism in attorneys.
That being said, I thought this blog post, titled “Post-Interview Thank You Notes,” was helpful and realistic. Check out Robyn Ginsberg‘s article here. As a Recruiter at BCG Attorney Search, Ms. Ginsberg recommends that, “I generally advise my candidates to do what feels natural and right to them. If you are the type of person who would typically send a thank you note to someone for taking the time to meet with you, then there is no reason to forsake your usual instincts in the interview context.”
Furthermore, she states that a thank you note will not ensure an offer, but if the note is filled with grammatical and spelling errors then it will result in no offer. Check out the post.