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“Please note: This is a personal letter.”
“I’m writing to you to express my interest in a job in the future, and I’m also writing because I want to be sure I’m getting a job I really enjoy.”
“The position I’m applying for is not in my area of expertise, but I’m very interested in working there, and if I’m not hired, I want you to know that I’m looking forward to it.
Please do not contact me if you have any questions about the job or its responsibilities.”
“If you have questions about this letter or any aspect of my experience, please feel free to contact me directly.”
“As a lawyer, I am committed to working in the best interests of my clients, and that includes you, so I’ll do my best to answer your questions in a timely manner.
If you have more questions, please contact me.”
“This is a matter of public record, so you should expect me to be responsive to your questions, and to the best of my ability.
I’m hoping that we can resolve this in a way that provides you with the best possible future for our company.”
“Thank you for your time, and please know that we look forward to working with you in the coming months.”