The interview had some ups and downs. Here are the highlights:
Me: [assorted statements about my job]
Interviewer: Hang on. You're making this sound really good, but, is this all 'fill-in-the-blanks' bullshit?
Interviewer: How many complaints, which have required actual thought, have you done?
Me: ...technically, none. Unless you think filling in blanks takes a lot of thought, in which case, thousands.
Interviewer: Yeah...everything around here required actual thought. Let me ask you some more direct questions...
Interviewer: How many depositions have you done?
Interviewer: How many times have you cross-examined a witness?
Interviewer: How many cases have you brought to trial?
Interviewer: I've got to hand it to you. Your resume, while technically accurate, is extremely misleading. I thought you had way more experience than you actually do. But, hey, it got you in here. Points for that, I guess.
Interviewer: I'm going to be honest with you - you interview extremely well. You look good, you're personable, well-spoken, interesting, you answered all of my questions well and I had a good time talking to you. But, you effectively don't have any experience doing anything worthwhile.
I'm not saying it's impossible I'm going to get this job, but it doesn't seem likely. I just have to hope I was personable and interesting enough that he'll want to hang out with me every day; even if it means having to teach me how to do everything. Fingers crossed...