quiver wrote:Probably not unanimity on this. But email to the recruiting contact w/ cover letter, resume, and unofficial transcript is probably sufficient.JakeTappers wrote:1) Was there any unanimity as to how to apply to firms without listed postings? I presume just an email to the contact attaching a resume? Writing sample or PDF cover letter?If your long-term goal is government, then the latter (if you have to).JakeTappers wrote:2) For those of you that also applied to government, presuming firms move faster, what happens if you get a firm offer with a limited acceptance period before government is done? Simply accept and say f it, or accept and plan to renege?Obviously things are messed up now with the hiring freeze/budget. In any case, I'm not sure what answer you're looking for here; just apply as indicated on their respective websites.JakeTappers wrote:3) Combination of 1/2. Anyone apply to US Attorneys offices that are not posting but always hiring (i.e. SDNY, DC) - just dont know the mechanics of that.
As to firms--individual cover letters with each via PDF or is the email the cover letter? Only asking because in a blanket process this probably doubles or triples time. As for the last question, I was getting at the fact that those details will have changed given the universal
Turnover at the top, that's all.