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Vice President and Assistant General Counsel was asked...27 January 2016

Are you willing to travel?

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Sure yes

Atalian Servest

Are you willing to relocate?

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Yea I'm


Do refer to yourself as an attorney or as a lawyer? There is a difference you know, and what one calls himself says much of his role.

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Indeed. I prefer counselor.

Parramatta City Council

Estimate costs savings be employing you.

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This is a new role the organisation has created so comparison is difficult because their are no internal controls. A key initial task for the role is to create those controls and create the necessary framework. Whilst this occurring the emphasis will be on being abetter client and thereby getting better value for money from legal service providers as a stepping stone to broader efficiencies. Less

Art Institute of Chicago

The recruiter described the position and asked questions related to the priorities of the position, e.g., higher education experience, Board experience, etc.

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My experience and credentials seemed to be a match, but I did not hear back. I had to call to express continued interest and ask status. Less

Alban Cat

My goals and aspirations within the coming 5 years.

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That I would like to be GC for a large company.

MDC Holdings

How I kept up to date in the industry.

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Trade magazines and articles. Legistlative recaps.

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments

What is your management style?

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What is y our greatest accomplishment and why?


Asked about various experience as AGC.

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Explained my qualifications and prior experience.


What salary I was seeking.

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I told them the salary I was seeking.

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