I just changed from my interview suit into study clothes (t-shirt, jeans and flip-flops) and I feel pretty good about the way the interview went. If this had been my first law-related job interview, I'd be SO PUMPED right now because it went so well. However, after so many decent and even stellar previous interviews, I'm only allowing myself to be cautiously optimistic...or, probably more accurately realistically pessimistic.
The candidate pool consists of seven others. The interviews will be concluded by Wednesday. They are supposed to make an offer next week. At least the band-aid can be ripped off quickly, right?
I'll let you know when I know what I know.
Oh. And because the headline of my blog contains a "pet peeves" content allowance, may I just say that I wish there were a super sneaky way to find out the proper spelling of unexpected interviewers. It's hard when there is no website, etc. to properly write thank you notes unless you are in to doing detective work. I plan to write both thank you notes tonight and leave the salutation line and envelope blank for the mystery interviewer until I can place a call to someone who will know. But, seriously, how do they expect us to figure this out? It's a challenge I will readily accept because I WAY want this job!