So, at 11:30 I left my work and drove from Baltimore to DC for the 1:00 interview (yes I would be commuting from Baltimore to DC for this job, at least until my lease is up). It turned out to be the type of interview where they don't ask particularly probing or challenging questions for the purpose of making it a really in-depth and "sizing up" interview. This was the type where they already really like the experience on your resume and basically just want to meet you and explain the job to you. This was also how I got my first job and it's my favorite kind of interview because it's easy lol.
I immediately connected well on a personal level with the interviewer (who would be my supervisor); we just have similar personalities I feel. He even remarked several times throughout the interview that my experience was perfect for the job, he had a good feeling about me, and "you're just the kind of bright eyed person I'm looking for". They even had requested a standardized test score as part of the application, and it turns out this guy is an LSAT instructor and really liked my LSAT score. So it was just a great scenario where the stars aligned with my interviewer, which is great because job interviews are a crapshoot to a large extent I feel.
I then met with the guy who is the supervisor of the first interviewer. He was a pretty laid back guy and went into some more specifics about the job, and asked what questions I had etc. Not sure if I made quite as good of an impression on this guy, but I got the feeling (or hope) the guy who would be my supervisor is the main decision maker here.
So, they said I'd hear back on their decision within a week or two. I think I will be quite disappointed if I don't get it given what the interviewer's compliments and how great the job is. The starting salary is actually relatively low for this field (but certainly enough money for me), but there's tremendous growth and learning potential. The interviewer said that after a year of training in this position, my "value to the marketplace would double". This is a very high responsibility and "hands dirty" position. So yeah....super anxious to hear the decision!!