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Paralegal Interview Thank You Letter Samples

published December 12, 2016

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A day or so after the interview has taken place, it is very important for you to write a follow-up letter to the person or persons who interviewed you. In doing so, you not only impress the interviewer with your courtesy, but you remind him or her of how much you are really interested in the position and how well qualified you are to fill it. The letter should be brief and reiterate what you believe are your strengths, as well as your suitability for the position. Some of the following letters illustrate how you can easily focus on these points.

Paralegal Interview Thank You Letter Samples

Again, write individual letters and customize your correspondence to the specific interviewer and job.  Take time and care, but if you are willing to put forth the effort, you may well be ahead of the majority of those interviewed who do not send such a letter. The samples included here are brief, to the point, and cover the variety of responses you might want to send.

Below are some guidelines for your follow-up letter:
 
  1. Thank the interviewer for his or her interest and valuable time spent in considering you for the position.
  2. If possible, refer to some part of the personal conversation, such as shared interests or organizational goals.
  3. Express your enthusiasm for the position.
  4. Reinforce your strengths and the reasons why you think you are particularly suited for the position.
  5. If the interviewer had any concerns about your liabilities or lack of qualifications or experience, be certain to address how you can compensate for any weaknesses by the strengths you bring to the position. For example, you can stress how your skills and experience in your past jobs could make you an asset to the firm or how your maturity could be a contribution to such a fast-paced environment.
  6. Refer to the next step in the process: “I look forward to hearing from you soon about your decision.”
 
If you get the job, send an acceptance letter to confirm the starting date and time. Even if you do not get the job, a follow-up letter demonstrates a tally professional attitude.

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