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Published June 3rd, 2019 | Ryan has over 10 years of experience interviewing
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To ensure that our clients here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors are served in the best way possible, our staff must ensure that they are up to speed on all European and local laws. How do you stay in touch with changes to local and European laws?
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While your years of education and experience in the field of tax law have prepared to you to work with the clients of Lewis Silkin Solicitors, your interviewer is looking to hear that you do what is necessary to stay up to date on changes in tax laws. Talk about the ways that you keep yourself educated and up to date in the field and make sure to speak with passion to your interviewer to show a true and genuine interest in your field.
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1.
To ensure that our clients here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors are served in the best way possible, our staff must ensure that they are up to speed on all European and local laws. How do you stay in touch with changes to local and European laws?
While your years of education and experience in the field of tax law have prepared to you to work with the clients of Lewis Silkin Solicitors, your interviewer is looking to hear that you do what is necessary to stay up to date on changes in tax laws. Talk about the ways that you keep yourself educated and up to date in the field and make sure to speak with passion to your interviewer to show a true and genuine interest in your field.

Ryan's Answer #1
"As you can see from my resume, my dedication towards the tax law field immediately following law school when I pursued and attained my Masters in Law in Taxation degree. While this provided a very solid backbone for the start of my career, I am always actively learning more in the field through my pursuit of additional credits and attending tax law seminars on a regular basis. And as any good attorney in this field, being tied at the hip to relevant materials directly from the IRS is always a plus. Being the tax nerd that I am, this comes pretty easy to me for some nighttime reading before bed."
Ryan's Answer #2
"In this industry, staying up to speed on changes in policy and law involved staying connected and doing my research whenever necessary. Involvement and regular discussion with colleagues in this industry helps us all stay informed and helps in ensuring that businesses are able to flourish. I have many great contacts in tax law that I meet with and have discussions with on a very regular basis."
2.
When we look for diligent and effective people to join our real estate law team here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors, the ability to effectively research legal options and write contracts are vital to our success as a firm. Talk about your ability to excel in
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 Lewis Silkin Solicitors, 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 Lewis Silkin Solicitors. 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."
3.
With our diverse range of clients here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors, are there any specific areas of intellectual property law that interest you the most?
For this question, be open and honest with your interviewer in talking about where your interests fall within your legal practice. This will better help them assess where and how you will fit with the team and best align you with the right clients if you are hired for the position. Do your research on Lewis Silkin Solicitors to find out if there are any particular areas that they specialize in and be sure to read the position description in detail when you apply to pick up on any cues for what they may be looking for in this hire and use that knowledge to your advantage.

Ryan's Answer #1
"While I have a broad range of skills as a paralegal in intellectual property, I have loved working with trademarks for some very high profile clients. Being a sports fan, I have helped in the registration process for two major sports teams in their trademarking of their logo."
Ryan's Answer #2
"Since I start practicing law during the advent of the internet age, I became very adept at representing and litigating cases involving illegal distribution of copyrighted materials. My experience has involved me working with musicians and authors on their material being used illegally. My experience in this realm would help me bring unique experiences and expertise to the team here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors."
4.
Do you have any particular areas of wage and hour laws that particularly interest you?
A large firm like Lewis Silkin Solicitors often prefers staff to sub-specialize to be of best use to clients as subject matter experts. For this question, your interviewer will be looking to gauge your familiarity with the different aspects of wage and hour laws and where you find your abilities are best suited. There are no right or wrong answers for this question as your interviewer will be looking to see what clients you will best be suited in representing if hired for the position.

Ryan's Answer #1
"A majority of cases that I have represented during my career so far have revolved around exemption status laws under the FLSA. I have a great working knowledge of the salary basis tests and duties tests to advise clients to make proper decisions when considering statuses of their positions. With changes in law, like we just had recently regarding the minimum salary level for exemption, I am thoroughly versed in changes when they happen and can take swift action with clients to ensure compliance."
Ryan's Answer #2
"I've always had a particular interest in the child labor laws as I feel the United States is falling faster behind the world when it comes to preparing our future through our youth. I've been an advocate at the federal level for real changes in the surrounding this aspect, but I have also advised and represented organizations in their child labor practices in the food and hospitality industries. I think my experience and passion in this area would be a unique fit for the team here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors."
5.
Working with clients here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors 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?
In the legal field surrounding tax law, attorneys work side by side with accounting and finance departments to ensure that laws and regulations are adhered to from the company's perspective. Because of this, representatives from Lewis Silkin Solicitors must have working knowledge of finance and accounting departments and their principles to be as successful as possible. Talk about the importance of speaking knowledgeably about these principles and pull from your experience and education to explain why you'll be able to do this.

Ryan's Answer #1
"As you can see from my resume, my pursuit of this profession involved a dual law degree and CPA education and this path has been vital to my success thus far in my career. The CPA side of my practice has been vital in helping clients develop new processes and techniques for changes in legal processes, making me a two headed ally for them as their legal representation in tax law."
Ryan's Answer #2
"My inspiration for pursuing a career in tax law really stemmed from my early days post-bachelor degree in the business world. There, I was exposed to the finance side of a large retail business where I learned many things. When the time came to apply and get accepted into law school, the solid job prospects and exciting work made this career a no-brainer for me. If fortunate enough to come work for Lewis Silkin Solicitors, you will quickly find that my business experience and acumen will make me a key player on the team here."
6.
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?
For this question, your interviewer is really looking for your own personal motivation to be successful in your career choice. Be sure to hit on the skills and abilities that you possess that make you successful in real estate law while also reiterating that you are easily motivated each and every day on the job. Both Lewis Silkin Solicitors and their clients will depend on your ability to do so.

Ryan's Answer #1
"Going to law school as really an open book and looking to find my niche, real estate law was very easy for me to gravitate to because of my ability to be detailed in contracts and agreements while upholding the letter of the law. I also really loved the opportunity to work with very high profile clients on helping their businesses succeed through new land purchases. Still being pretty young in my career, my main motivator are my clients that I represent and they are truly the only need I have to be motivated for success in my work."
Ryan's Answer #2
"Growing up, I watched my mother thrive as a real estate agent in my hometown and she motivated me to pursue a license to sell property while attending school for my undergraduate degree. As I sold some homes and realized my knack in the field, may passion for large scale transactions was really my main motivator to pursue a law degree and eventually practice in real estate law. To this day, nothing excites me more than working with a client on a successful transaction."
7.
What do you feel is the most important skill that you possess that makes you effective in the litigation/arbitration process?
This is a twofold question where your interviewer is allowing you to talk about what you feel your best skills is as a litigator and/or arbitrator as well as letting you talk about what you feel is the most important quality of someone who is successful at trial or arbitration. Speak to your top strength and prove that it is vital to your success by using a specific example of a time that you've put it to use on the job.

Ryan's Answer #1
"Really my number one reason for pursuing a career in law has turned out to be what has made me the most successful I could be in my career and that is my verbal communication skills. In the courtroom setting, my persuasive skills come from a concise and logical place and this sits well with judges and juries alike. My communications skills extend to an innate ability to listen attentively and be witty enough to ask great follow up questions during cross examination."
Ryan's Answer #2
"If I am lucky enough to be hired here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors, you'll quickly find that my attention to detail makes me stand out from any other paralegal you have had on staff here. During the pre-trial process, I spend the extra time to dig for information that can help my firm win their case and any of the attorneys that I've worked alongside during my career would be willing to tell you that as well. Last year, I was researching a case and my close inspection of police reports noticed a blatant error made by officers during the arrest of a client. This was enough to have all charges dropped and put a big win on the books for our firm."
8.
What do you consider to be the most difficult case or project you have worked on during your career?
With this question, your interviewer is not just looking to hear what you felt was the most difficult case or project you have worked on during your career to this point. While you should do a good job of painting the picture of what the case entailed, spend as much time as possible in explaining your process for helping facilitate the best outcome possible and the steps you took to get there. Prepare an answer that keep the process as much in mind as the end goal for this question.

Ryan's Answer #1
"Last year I worked on a patent infringement case where we were attempting to prove that the infringement was willful. After reviewing all of the case details with my client's executive, R&D and sales teams, I thought we had a case in that the infringing companies lead R&D Scientist had been formally employed by my client. I assembled a team from the client to help pull any communications and meeting notes that the competing scientist would have been a part of. The planning stage of the product in question had started almost eight years prior and the scientist had left employment six year prior, so there was a two year window that they would have been digging from. With my advice on when to dig and what to look for, the substantial record keeping of a couple of individuals helped prove our case of willful infringement and was a huge win for my client."
Ryan's Answer #2
"With the Supreme Court significantly narrowing the trade dress protections that companies have around their packaging and labeling, I had a difficult case last year with a statewide business that was claiming trademark infringement on their logo by a competing line of convenience stores. When the competitor rebranded their signage and logo in the same color and same font, my client felt they had a legit case for infringement. In court, the burden of proof was on us and I utilized branding experts and consumer feedback on the distinct similarities in the signage and logo. Quickly, a cease and desist was immediately issued to the competitor by the court. What made this case difficult was working within recent Supreme Court rulings that had further defined what could be considered an infringement."
9.
Some of our business here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors is representing companies in collective bargaining agreements with trade unions and work councils. What experience in the collective bargaining process would you bring to the team here?
Unionization throughout many industries has brought forth the need for employment attorneys to assist in representing organization's at the bargaining table. For this question, your interviewer will be looking to hear what experience you have in this realm so be prepared to talk in detail about the important and necessary aspects for helping the organization you are representing to meet all of their business objectives during the negotiation. Talk about the importance of communication and fact finding in your answer to demonstrate that you will bring those qualities to the organizations that you will represent.

Ryan's Answer #1
"During my years of practice up to this point, I
have represented employers at the negotiating table with members of the Trades Union Congress. Through any negotiation, my first order of business with my clients was to sit down with management to discuss goals and then to draft proposals to the union that met all of the goals of the organization. Ahead of negotiation, we made a plan for prioritizing the goals in the case any concessions were necessary to gain ground elsewhere. Having this plan always helped in coming to a winning deal for the organization that the union was also happy with. During bargaining, you'll find that I am a forthright and demonstrative communicator with business leaders and clients that I would be representing."
Ryan's Answer #2
"Choosing to specialize in the realm of employment law came because of my passion for the collective bargaining process, to help find win-win situations for both employers and employees. As we've discussed, I have experience representing both the union side and company side of negotiations and this has provided me a very well-rounded experience. In particular, I am a unique fit for this job because of the work that I've done with a large union group like the United Automobile Workers. Seeing the perspective and tactics of a large group like them has positioned me to better suit employers moving forward and I would look forward to that opportunity here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors."
10.
When a problem arises, what is your first reaction?
In the field of law, stress can often turn the strongest individuals into a tailspin and problems that arise on a regular basis can be the catalyst for this. Your interviewer wants to know if your reactions to problems reflect maturity and professionalism. How you react will significantly determine how you fit with the team at Lewis Silkin Solicitors.

Perhaps your computer crashes, and you realize you may have just lost all of your hard work. Or maybe you are limited on time and have a deadline rapidly approaching. Demonstrate to the interviewer that you take a very methodical approach to problem-solving, rather than reacting in an impulsive way when a problem occurs.

Ryan's Answer #1
"When a major problem arises, my first instinct is to take a step back and absorb what just happened. I then go into "
Ryan's Answer #2
"I have taught myself to become much calmer with my first reactions when problems arise because my clients need that sense of calming at all times of the day. Now, I will step back and review my options for solving the problem rather than allow myself to become frustrated where I didn't necessarily do that all of the time early on in my career."
11.
Do you have any experience in working with tenancy and leasing laws?
Whether commercial or residential, many property owners look to Lewis Silkin Solicitors to help draft lease agreements and your interviewer will be looking to hear firsthand about the experience you have in this realm of the law. Talk to your interviewer about the importance of factoring in local and state laws in all lease agreements and speak to your experience in representing clients in this area.

Ryan's Answer #1
"During my time working for XYZ Law Firm in Dallas, I helped draft lease agreements for large scale property ownership groups that were leasing residential apartments and condos in the city. As the paralegal representing the real estate team, it was my job to know and include Texas' legal obligation of landlords to return security deposits within 30 days of lease termination. I also worked directly with clients on some of the fine details of the agreement that included due dates for rent, procedures for requesting maintenance and pet policies."
Ryan's Answer #2
"A significant part of my practice while in Colorado was working with commercial developers who were leasing both office and retail space in the heavily growing areas of the state. In drafting commercial lease agreements, I became very well versed in working with local zoning laws to include minute details in the agreements that obeyed local law to protect my clients. A great example of this was including details of number of parking spots designated under each lease and business hours permitted by local law."
12.
If hired here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors, how would you best build trusting relationships with our clients?
The law firm/client relationship is built upon trust and your interviewer at Lewis Silkin Solicitors 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 Lewis Silkin Solicitors."
13.
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 Lewis Silkin Solicitors. 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."
14.
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."
15.
Here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors, we often have to work with very difficult clients. What would be your steps toward effectively working with a difficult client?
Clients going through the legal process can often be at their worst and for this question, your interviewer is looking to see how you specifically deal with clients that are difficult. Rather than focusing your answer on the details of the client in your example, highlight your techniques and qualities that make you effective in working with and handling difficult clients. Stress the importance of putting clients in this situation at ease to be able to move forward in a seamless working relationship.

Ryan's Answer #1
"Throughout my career to this point, I've worked with many clients that were experiencing a very difficult time and this has often translated into them being angry or sad. In these times, my ability to keep a level head and to be able to empathize with them is key to helping them get more centered in the moment. I hear them out and reflect back their feelings to show them that I care about their situation and understand what they are going through. When this sinks in with them, they are able to move forward from their feelings and start talking about the fine details of their situation."
Ryan's Answer #2
"With clients that are feeling stressed and angry about their situation, it is important for me to be as respectful and educational as possible and my tactic for doing this is to keep them focused on the future and moving forward rather than reflecting on their unfortunate situation the brings them to me. I always focus on their options moving forward and how I will work with them to achieve the best results possible and this always helps shift their focus to moving forward. This is vital to resetting their focus and changing their attitude towards hope rather than anger."
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  1. To ensure that our clients here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors are served in the best way possible, our staff must ensure that they are up to speed on all European and local laws. How do you stay in touch with changes to local and European laws?
  2. When we look for diligent and effective people to join our real estate law team here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors, the ability to effectively research legal options and write contracts are vital to our success as a firm. Talk about your ability to excel in
  3. With our diverse range of clients here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors, are there any specific areas of intellectual property law that interest you the most?
  4. Do you have any particular areas of wage and hour laws that particularly interest you?
  5. Working with clients here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors 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?
  6. 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?
  7. What do you feel is the most important skill that you possess that makes you effective in the litigation/arbitration process?
  8. What do you consider to be the most difficult case or project you have worked on during your career?
  9. Some of our business here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors is representing companies in collective bargaining agreements with trade unions and work councils. What experience in the collective bargaining process would you bring to the team here?
  10. When a problem arises, what is your first reaction?
  11. Do you have any experience in working with tenancy and leasing laws?
  12. If hired here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors, how would you best build trusting relationships with our clients?
  13. What was your motivation for pursuing a career in the field of law/legal services?
  14. Talk about the most difficult work situation you have found yourself in and explain how you used sound judgement to find a great outcome?
  15. Here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors, we often have to work with very difficult clients. What would be your steps toward effectively working with a difficult client?
  16. Where do you feel you could use some improvement in the litigation/arbitration process at this point in your career?
  17. What are your interests and hobbies outside of work?
  18. 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?
  19. 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?
  20. At Lewis Silkin Solicitors, employee satisfaction is very important. To ensure that you would be happy here, what brings you satisfaction in your day to day work?
  21. Here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors, carefully analyzing the cases of our clients is of utmost importance. What analytical skills would you bring to the team here?
  22. What in particular about our firm here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors interests you both personally and professionally?
  23. To be successful here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors, we want to ensure that you are motivated each and every day on the job with our clients. What drew you to working with patent and trademark law?
  24. Talk about a time that you had to think on your feet on the job. What was the situation and what was your thought process for acting quickly?
  25. Have you been involved in a corporate tax audit before? What did you learn from that experience?
  26. What would make you a great trial advocate if you were to join the team here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors?
  27. One common legal aspect that we work closely on with clients here at Lewis Silkin Solicitors is zoning for large scale construction and/or purchases. What experience do you have in working with local zoning laws?
  28. 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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