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27 Questions and Answers by Ryan Brunner

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Talk about a time your ethics were challenged on the job. How do you react to those situations in the legal profession?
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The legal field in general unfortunately will always provide ethical challenges for those that work in the field and life is no different at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP. Your interviewer will be looking to hear that you are able to separate your own personal ethical standards from business matters by having you cite an example where you had to do this. In your answer, talk about the situation and even feel free to talk about why you were challenged ethically in that situation. In the end, make sure that your interviewer sees that you have the ability to separate personal feelings from your job.
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1.
Talk about a time your ethics were challenged on the job. How do you react to those situations in the legal profession?
The legal field in general unfortunately will always provide ethical challenges for those that work in the field and life is no different at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP. Your interviewer will be looking to hear that you are able to separate your own personal ethical standards from business matters by having you cite an example where you had to do this. In your answer, talk about the situation and even feel free to talk about why you were challenged ethically in that situation. In the end, make sure that your interviewer sees that you have the ability to separate personal feelings from your job.

Ryan's Answer #1
"During my career, there have been a few times where the attorney-client privilege has certainly tested my personal beliefs and opinions but I always keep level headed and focused on the rights of my client. In this business, the client is priority number one and this was most tested when I had a client that was being held on a string of charges, the worst in my mind being child neglect. During our initial conversation in the jail, she admitted to going on long drug binges and failing to feed her children and bathing them properly. Being a parent and a caring person, these accounts were extremely hard to hear first hand from someone. Hearing her rationalize her actions towards her children was making me extremely mad on the inside, but I had to and did remain focused on gathering the facts from her and proceeding forward."
Ryan's Answer #2
"Last year, our firm was handling the defendant's case of a very high profile case in our city. While I have known that this would one day happen with the sudden prominence of social media, I noticed many family, friends and community members were posting incorrect facts about the case and the rumor mill was certainly starting to spread around town. Being a part of the discovery of the case, I knew that most of the rumors just weren't true. As much as I wanted to correct people, I had to maintain strict confidentiality and wait for the facts to play out at trial."
2.
What in particular about our firm here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP interests you both personally and professionally?
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP and your interviewer are looking to find the perfect match for the position that you are interviewing for and to do this, they are looking to hear firsthand what truly interests you in the firm. Be sure to do your research on Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP and be able to speak about an aspect or two that appeals to you both personally and professionally. Putting a personal touch on your answer will help your interviewer understand that you will be invested into your job and be more likely to stay for the long haul versus your competition for the position.

Ryan's Answer #1
"As I've been searching for the right firm to join, the one aspect about Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP that really appeals to me is your international exposure and client base. My background and strong Spanish speaking skills could be a great asset to your firm and my desire to practice in international tax and corporate law would fit very well with what you are looking for."
Ryan's Answer #2
"In all honesty, this position is the only one that would pull me away from my current practice and that drawing factor that you have here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP is your reputation. The class, dignity and knowledge that are present among the staff here is world class and definitely a practice that I would take great pride in being a part of."
3.
Outside of work, what type of creative activities do you like to pursue?
A genuinely creative minded person will have outside activities aside from what's happening in the workplace. These activities are important in helping people working in the field of law to unwind and refresh while outside of work while also keeping the mind in a great and healthy place.
Tell the interviewer about the variety of ways in which you express your creativity and explain why this is important to you.

Ryan's Answer #1
"Outside of work, my passion is art. My husband and I spend many vacation weeks away to awesome art destinations like Paris, New York City and Rome. A passion like art has definitely sparked some internal inspiration and motivation for me to be creative in finding solutions for clients by opening the abstract portion of my mind in problem solving."
Ryan's Answer #2
"I think it's important to exercise creativity in a variety of ways to help me refresh after a busy work day or work week. I'm actively involved in youth sports and I currently serve as a coach for the local youth soccer team in my neighborhood. This hobby helps me become a better educator while helping me stay in shape as well. I find the time spent working with the kids very satisfying and inspirational to me personally."
4.
At Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, employee satisfaction is very important. To ensure that you would be happy here, what brings you satisfaction in your day to day work?
With the varying landscape of the legal field and the variety of firms that are out there, your interviewer at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP will be looking to make sure that you are a good fit the position by having you talk about what brings you joy in your work. By doing your research on Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP and the job you are interviewing for ahead of your interview, you should be able to be open and honest about what makes you happy in your work while ensuring that your satisfaction factors match what Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP can offer with this job.

Ryan's Answer #1
"I've read the studies and surveys about job satisfaction being the lowest among attorneys in the United States when compared to all other jobs and I'm a firm believer that many people in this field have chased the dream for wrong reasons like money and prestige. I pursued a career in law to help fight and advocate for clients where no one else can and that is what drives me to succeed and brings me here to this interview with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP. Employment law has developed into a passion and I greatly looking forward to focusing on that aspect here in the future."
Ryan's Answer #2
"In my five years working as a Paralegal, the litigation side of the business has definitely been the most intriguing and fun for me and that is the reason I applied for this position. I am very good at the investigative part of the pre-claim process and I have a lot of experience and success in interviewing witnesses and taking statements. This work is both gratifying and exciting for me and you'll find that I excel in these areas if you select me for this position."
5.
To better help serve our diverse client base here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, do you have an area of sub-specialization that you would prefer to focus on if hired?
Administrative and regulatory law spans a wide spectrum of industries and focuses in the legal aspect and for this question, your interviewer will be looking to find out where your strengths are and what clients you would best be suited to represent. Prior to your interview, make sure you do your homework on Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP to be able to highlight your skills and interests that best suit their needs. Don't be afraid to talk about your personal motivations for sub-specializing to really highlight your interests to your interviewer.

Ryan's Answer
"After practicing in a pretty general matter as an Administrative Attorney for several years following law school, my passion has always steered towards working with businesses on environmental protection laws. As you can see from my experience, I have worked with many large manufacturing organizations along the west coast in the states of Oregon and Washington. My passion for this section of the trade really stems from my inner desire to do what is right for the earth. Being an advocate for the law and potential healthy changes to the law not only benefits my clients, but also future generations that will follow in our footsteps."
6.
What would make you a great trial advocate if you were to join the team here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP?
The decision to work for Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP will put you in the middle of a team of very experienced and dedicated individuals who strive to succeed when cases go to trial. For this question, your interviewer will be looking to hear what your key qualities, traits and/or experiences are that will make you key player on their team for their clients. This question gives you the opportunity to talk yourself and your abilities up a bit, so be sure to prepare to speak about what sets you apart from your competition for this position.

Ryan's Answer #1
"Looking back on my career up to this point, I can honestly say that a a great deal of my success in working with clients and winning cases has stemmed from my interpersonal skills. I have a charming and likable demeanor when I am speaking in front of people and this plays very well with jurors. I also have the ability to analyze the body language and tone of people when I am cross examining to be able to ask the right questions that pull as much information as possible. When in front of the judge and jury, I feel right at home and I won't hesitate to send you footage from some high profile cases that I have worked if you would like."
Ryan's Answer #2
"If hired to join the team here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, my experience preparing subpoenas and evaluating jurors would prove to be vital to your attorneys. I would bring superior organization skills and analytical skills to your cases going to trial and you can rest assured knowing that I can be tasked with any duties surrounding cases with little oversight."
7.
Have you been involved in a corporate tax audit before? What did you learn from that experience?
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP is often called upon for their legal guidance when a business is facing a tax audit. For this question, your interviewer is looking to see if you have experience working under IRS audit conditions and to hear what vital information you could bring to the team if hired. If you have experience, talk in detail about the type of organization you represented and what the audit entailed. If you don't have direct experience working with an IRS audit, talk about your working knowledge of the audit process and what your role would be in that.

Ryan's Answer #1
"Two years ago, I represented a small business that retained my firm after being notified of an audit. From the start, it was pretty easy to understand that the business owner had failed to report some pretty significant chunks of business income based on records that weren't reported. When it appeared like the IRS was poised to bring in their criminal investigation team, I worked with the client and the auditor to negotiate the standard settlement of interest on missed payment plus a 20% penalty. The client was extremely pleased to avoid potential stricter penalties and learned some important lessons moving forward with their business."
Ryan's Answer #2
"Two years ago, I was brought in to a very large, well known corporation that was receiving a tax audit from the IRS. While knowing that the accounting and finance procedures of the organization were spot on, my role was mainly to fully prepare them for the field audit that was happening in two weeks. Knowing the audit process well and reading the request from IRS, I was able to work with them on preparation for the field meeting in having all documentation prepared and being ready for any form of questions the auditors would bring. On the day of the audit, I was onsite representing the team and audit went very well."
8.
Talk about a creative way that you helped ease the tax burden for a business during your career. How did you help put this process into place?
Modern corporate tax law allows organizations a lot of personal freedom to change the ways they do business to help lessen their taxes on a year to year basis. Your role with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP could potentially entail you working with clients to find creative solutions to their tax issues and to get a better sense of how you would do this, your interviewer is looking to judge off of a prior example from your career. If you are new to the field or young in your career, it is okay to speak from the hypothetical 'what you would do' scenario.

Ryan's Answer #1
"As you can see from my time working in private practice, a majority of my clients were running and operating small businesses and this client base was very vulnerable to heavy tax burdens. But fortunately, they were also open to the most lenient ways to be creative with their finances and process to help ease their tax burden. With a client a couple of years ago, I helped evaluate their situation of hiring seasonal employees and employees full-time that were laid off at certain times of the year. In the evaluation, it proved to be extremely more cost-effective to hire most employees as contractors to help lessen costs like Social Security and Medicare taxes while also making sense from their business perspective as well. I helped this client set up all necessary paperwork and processes for hiring contracted help moving forward in the future."
Ryan's Answer #2
"With a large corporate client last year, I helped lead the educational side of training their finance staff to find deductions for depreciation of their equipment. Being a large manufacturer with a great deal of investment in capital equipment, they were missing out on this key loophole to corporate tax law and my education and insight helped them see a huge tax savings for that year."
9.
If hired here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, how would you best build trusting relationships with our clients?
The law firm/client relationship is built upon trust and your interviewer at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP knows how important building trusting relationships is to the success of both the firm and the client. For you, it is important to understand and demonstrate that a trusting relationship helps open lines of communication and increases cooperation of the client in helping build cases. Talk about your own personal attributes and how they help foster and build trust with the clients you would be working with and reiterate to your interviewer why you believe trust is such an important factor in the relationships you will have with clients.

Ryan's Answer #1
"For clients that I personally work with, a trustful relationship is the number one priority for me to show my clients that I care about them and that I am invested in the best possible outcome for them. To help build trust from the start, communication is key. I actively listen to them and show respect for their thoughts and opinions. If I disagree with them on anything, I do so professionally and tactfully while educating them on my thoughts. From there, I am quick with my decision making and setting of goals with clients and this greatly helps them trust me and us moving forward as a team."
Ryan's Answer #2
"Having worked as a Paralegal in a large firm, I've always tried to put a personal touch on my work with clients by showing them they are a top priority for me. I keep very detailed files on clients and have the ability to talk to them about their personal cases. As well, I stay in continuous communication with my clients and help set expectations for them regarding what they can anticipate from me and their attorney. All of these things are vital to my clients placing their trust in me and my firm and I'd look to bring these qualities to the team here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP."
10.
Employment law often involves deep human emotion when bonds are supposedly broken between employee and employer. How do you separate your personal feelings and emotions when involved with a case?
This question gets to the root of your ability to keep your own personal feelings and biases out of your work while working to the letter of the law in what is best for your clients. In the practice of employment law, you have been involved with cases that have involved potential injustice to the rights of workers and/or employers and you need to stress your ability to keep your own thoughts and feelings separate from your work. The best way to do so is through an example or two of a case that you worked on.

Ryan's Answer #1
"Recently, I was consulting a large employer that was moving forward with a mass layoff and part of my role was to ensure that the organization was selecting the right employees to layoff based on performance records. I spent many days reviewing performance reviews, improvement plans and disciplinary actions and my own personal thought was that the employer was really an organization filled with high performing people. While in my heart I felt for the employees that would soon be out of work, my duty to the organization was to help them take the best action legally and I did just that through a thorough and well documented process. If hired here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, I will bring the ability to remain focused on the best interest of your clients at all times."
Ryan's Answer #2
"As part of my pursuit of my law degree, I received great advice to train in emotional intelligence and the training I received has both helped me be able to relate to and recognize the emotions of other and also to recognize and control my own emotions in the legal setting. A couple of years ago, I was representing an employer that was facing a wrongful termination lawsuit. During the discovery period, quite an extensive list of emails that included discriminatory remarks and harassment toward the terminated employee surfaced. I knew that the emails were certainly wrong and made me personally feel horrible for the employee, I was still able to focus on my representation of the organization and proceeding through the case ethically and professionally."
11.
What was your motivation for pursuing a career in the field of law/legal services?
As your experience and education were reviewed and desired by the hiring manager for the position you are interviewing for, this question is giving them the chance to really hear about your own personal motivators for your career in law. This is an opportunity for you to show what has driven you up to this point in your career and what will continue to drive you to help bring success to Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP. Be open and honest with your interviewer as you give them insight into your own personal motivating factors.

Ryan's Answer #1
"My venture into a career as a lawyer stemmed from my passion for helping people meeting with my desire to be intellectually challenged throughout my career. I love the fact that I've had to stay on my toes throughout my career to this point to learn and be up to date on changes in laws as they relate to my clients. I am a lifelong learner in this field and I always look forward to new educational opportunities for myself in this field. Along with this, I absolutely love working with clients and their legal rights. I am a client first advocate in the legal profession and my work is ultimately for them."
Ryan's Answer #2
"My passion for the field of law stemmed my pursuit of a degree as a Paralegal. My aunt is a very successful trial attorney and she was definitely a role model for me during my teenage years. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to shadow her for a two day period for a report my sophomore year of high school and the drive to be in this field was ingrained at that point. Having worked as a Paralegal for five years now, I have a desire to pursue a Juris Doctorate degree and am slowly preparing for the LSAT's now."
12.
When we look for diligent and effective people to join our real estate law team here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, the ability to effectively research legal options and write contracts are vital to our success as a firm. Talk about your ability
With local and state laws being so unique in real estate, the need to effectively learn and research the laws couples with the need to be able to write effective deeds and contracts. To prove your worth to Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, talk about your experience in working in real estate law as it applies to both research and writing and be sure to talk about a specific example where you were able to customize/personalize a deed or contract based on your abilities.

Ryan's Answer #1
"Having practiced in Oregon for the last eight years, I worked with many clients on the local Homestead laws and last year I worked with a family in a unique situation after the father had passed away. Facing some financial trouble from many avenues, I recommended that the family first focus on debts surrounding their property and mortgage as financing on the home and property were not a part of the Homestead exemption. I researched the best way for them to claim the exemption when creditors were coming for their home and the family was really held together in the end by their ability to keep their home and property."
Ryan's Answer #2
"Having worked as a Paralegal on the real estate side for a few years now, I have a wealth of experience in drafting purchase agreements, title documents and mortgage documents. In my current position, I have to work around a great deal of local and state laws and I fully realize that I would have a steep learning curve of local laws here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP. If hired for this position, my first goal would be to learn local nuances to contracts and other documents so I could be up and running as part of the team as quick as possible."
13.
Talk about a recent time on the job you were working under pressure or stress. How did you cope with that situation and ensure everything was handled smoothly?
In the legal field, working under pressure should come naturally to you. Working with multiple clients on multiple cases under tight deadlines is something you've likely faced many time throughout your career to this point, so be sure to talk about a recent time that you handled with ease. Highlight the little things that you do that ensure each client and case is handled to the best of your ability and don't hesitate to point out to your interviewer that you will be able to handle situations like this when faced with them while working for Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP.

Ryan's Answer #1
"A couple of months ago, a colleague went out on maternity leave and we all had to work together at my firm to pick up the slack for our clients. While handling a full work load myself, the ability to handle everything with ease started with my ability to maintain self control and handle tasks one by one. Keeping a running to do list is important for me and I have the ability to prioritize and even delegate when needed and those abilities were key during this time. In the end when my colleague came back, I received some letters from clients that were very pleased with my service and a colleague that was extremely happy for the help provided."
Ryan's Answer #2
"Recently, my job had a huge influx of new clients when we added a new attorney to our practice. Without adding another body as a Paralegal, I took the extra work on with my head up and a smile on my face. The key for me was to keep a level head and remain as organized as possible to ensure that key tasks weren't missed. My organization starts with a running tasks list and updated calendar in Microsoft Outlook. This is a vital tool to help me during times of stress and certainly helped me during this time. Once the heavy work load fizzled, two of the partners at my firm surprised me with a lunch to thank me for my help."
14.
What are your interests and hobbies outside of work?
While this question can be a pretty standard interview question, the motivation of the interviewer here is two-fold. First, law firms can often operate like a family and life at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP is no different. Your interviewer will be looking to see if you will be a cultural and personal fit with the team so be sure to be open and honest with what personally interests you. Second, having personal interests that tie into the organization is important so be sure to do your research on Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP and the job and try to think of hobbies of your that directly relate to them.

Ryan's Answer #1
"My biggest passion when I'm not advocating for clients is being outdoors. My family and I are avid hikers, kayakers and bikers and we spend all of the time we can in the great outdoors. For me personally, being outside really helps me re-energize and prepare for a new day ahead on the job. Other than being outside, another hobby of mine is reading and I've been very entranced lately in historical books about the drafting of the United States Constitution."
Ryan's Answer #2
"Outside of work, my loves in my life are my family and personal fitness. I avidly participate in running and biking events and have recently been training to run my first marathon this upcoming summer. Family interests include athletics for my two sons, who actively participate in baseball, cross country and basketball. We spend many evenings and weekends traveling around the state to watch them and cheer them on and I wouldn't trade those experiences for anything in the world."
15.
Talk about the most difficult work situation you have found yourself in and explain how you used sound judgement to find a great outcome?
During your training and through your career up to this point, you have certainly faced some difficult situations that you could easily discuss with your interviewer. But your interviewer isn't so much interested in the situation here as they are in your ability to think on your feet and use your best personal judgement to make the situation better. In the example you give, be sure to prepare for a time where you can exemplify this ability with success.

Ryan's Answer #1
"Early in my career as a litigator for a large firm that handled criminal defense cases, I was slammed with a very large caseload almost always. In the months leading up to the Christmas period, I had three high profile trials that were all progressing to dates that would fall very near each other. After motioning to have some of the cases moved around with no leniency from the court, I had to think fast and work ahead as much as possible to ensure that all three cases were handled to the best of my ability. When crunch time came, I approached a colleague and their paralegal for all of the help I could get and they willingly obliged. With all three cases heading to trial without a hitch, I was very thankful for my resourcefulness and made sure to pay the favor back to my colleague the next time he needed it!"
Ryan's Answer #2
"During my time arbitrating employment disputes for the state of California and mostly handling unemployment cases, I encountered one particularly difficult situation where things got physical in the conference room of the county workforce resource center. My cases mostly involved disputes when companies would fight the payment of unemployment benefits based on malfeasance of the employee. During one particular case, a tow truck company was disputing a claim by a terminated employee and during arbitration, the supervisor from the company accused the terminated employee of harassing other employees and creating a fearful work environment. With that said, the terminated employee reached over the table and grabbed the supervisor by the collar of his shirt and started swinging. Being a female that is small in stature, my first instinct was to run and grab a member of the building's security team and they reacted quickly. When matters had settled, I immediately postponed the hearing and warned both parties that security would be present in a week when we met again. A final warning to the terminated employee was to let him know that charges would be pressed if any outbursts should occur the next time."
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  1. Talk about a time your ethics were challenged on the job. How do you react to those situations in the legal profession?
  2. What in particular about our firm here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP interests you both personally and professionally?
  3. Outside of work, what type of creative activities do you like to pursue?
  4. At Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, employee satisfaction is very important. To ensure that you would be happy here, what brings you satisfaction in your day to day work?
  5. To better help serve our diverse client base here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, do you have an area of sub-specialization that you would prefer to focus on if hired?
  6. What would make you a great trial advocate if you were to join the team here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP?
  7. Have you been involved in a corporate tax audit before? What did you learn from that experience?
  8. Talk about a creative way that you helped ease the tax burden for a business during your career. How did you help put this process into place?
  9. If hired here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, how would you best build trusting relationships with our clients?
  10. Employment law often involves deep human emotion when bonds are supposedly broken between employee and employer. How do you separate your personal feelings and emotions when involved with a case?
  11. What was your motivation for pursuing a career in the field of law/legal services?
  12. When we look for diligent and effective people to join our real estate law team here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, the ability to effectively research legal options and write contracts are vital to our success as a firm. Talk about your ability
  13. Talk about a recent time on the job you were working under pressure or stress. How did you cope with that situation and ensure everything was handled smoothly?
  14. What are your interests and hobbies outside of work?
  15. Talk about the most difficult work situation you have found yourself in and explain how you used sound judgement to find a great outcome?
  16. What experience do you have in working with large scale construction companies on state and federal regulations? Would this be an area that would interest you?
  17. With our diverse range of clients here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, are there any specific areas of intellectual property law that interest you the most?
  18. Working with clients here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP entails the need for strong finance and accounting principles. Why is this important and what will you bring to the team here in this realm if hired?
  19. What do you consider to be the most difficult case or project you have worked on during your career?
  20. What drew you to an interest in pursuing a career in real estate law? What excites you each day to be successful in this area?
  21. One common legal aspect that we work closely on with clients here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP is zoning for large scale construction and/or purchases. What experience do you have in working with local zoning laws?
  22. When a problem arises, what is your first reaction?
  23. Where do you feel you could use some improvement in the litigation/arbitration process at this point in your career?
  24. To ensure that our clients here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP are served in the best way possible, our staff must ensure that they are up to speed on all state and federal laws. How do you stay in touch with changes to local, state and federal ta
  25. What are some of the key components that you would advise clients here at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP to include in their employee handbook?
  26. What do you feel is the most important skill that you possess that makes you effective in the litigation/arbitration process?
  27. Do you have any particular areas of wage and hour laws that particularly interest you?
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