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Surprisingly, I applied to an academic law librarian position less than two weeks ago and found out I passed the screener today. I didn't even expect an acknowledgment of my application, let alone a Zoom callback. This is my first law librarianship interview. Could anyone who has done these before shed any light as to how I should prepare and what to expect? What are some good questions to ask them towards the end? Also-is there usually a third stage after the callback?
idk but if i were you, i'd email the law librarian from my LS and try to pick their brain.
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