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Si vous avez des updates sur les appels faits par les cabinets, tenez-nous au courant dans ce forum SVP! Bonne chance à tous and enjoy the process :)

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Robic a envoyé en mail en disant qu'ils allaient me contacter plus tard pour une entrevue téléphonique!

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Pour les 2e années à leur première course - Bonne chance! Profitez de la course, c'est une occasion en or de pratiquer ses skills de networking et d'interview. Des atouts pratiques pour notre inévitable chômage causé par l'arrivé de l'IA dans le monde juridique :)

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1 hour ago, caramelmachiatto said:

Davies just called!

Mind sharing your stats and Uni? Thanks!

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2 hours ago, LegallyBrownn said:

Clyde appelle

Mind sharing university and stats? Merci!

 

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Clyde called but I missed the call, they didn’t left any message. Do you think that they will call back?!

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9 minutes ago, Kingd said:

Clyde called but I missed the call, they didn’t left any message. Do you think that they will call back?!

I would call them back if I were you. It's better not to take any chances haha.

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I did, the receptionist took the msg. I’ll never put my phone away anymore 

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20 minutes ago, droitudem123 said:

BCF vient d’appeler

Could you share your stats? Thanks! And congrats!

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