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Anyone know if Nerland Lindsay calls have gone out yet?

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I don't know about Calgary, but I got a call today from a firm in Edmonton whose deadline was May 11 and only started making calls today.

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No one has heard from DLA? 

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Has anyone heard from DLA yet? Pretty late in the game, but still hoping to get a call from them

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Does someone mind posting when second interviews for the Calgary Crown are sent out? Biting my nails over here :)

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So, did DLA just not interview anyone? Bizzare that no one here has posted anything about them. 

Not too sure about the Crown, maybe someone else can speak to this.

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Posted (edited)
29 minutes ago, CGI said:

So, did DLA just not interview anyone? Bizzare that no one here has posted anything about them. 

they were similarly mysterious last year, at least for U of A students.

Edited by BigRigButters
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A colleague of mine just told me that he did interview at DLA, but I hadn't heard of anyone else. I think it was a small crowd.

Also, just answered my own question, but others may want to know -- the Crown has sent out second interviews.

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I was told in my interview that Field does not normally conduct 2nd interview, but there is a reception on Thursday evening. 

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Has anyone heard about second interviews/dinners/the like from McLennan Ross yet?

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17 hours ago, calezbalez said:

Has anyone heard about second interviews/dinners/the like from McLennan Ross yet?

I think most firms have sent out all second interviews already.

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Does anyone know if Alberta Justice held interviews in both Calgary and Edmonton? As in both cities interviewed their own candidates?

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