Marc D'Annunzio has joined Alston & Bird's Atlanta office. D'Annunzio was previously with McKenna Long.
Joan Kluger will practice intellectual property law with Barnes & Thornburg. Kluger moves from Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis.
Lawrence Plotkin joins the real estate department of Davis Polk & Wardwell. Previously, Plotkin practiced at Chadbourne & Parke LLP.
Ben Donovan will work in the project finance department at Chadbourne & Parke LLP. Donovan joins from DLA Piper, and has also worked at Dewey & LeBoeuf and AES Corporation.
Philip Rogers will practice corporate law matters at Brown Rudnick LLP. Rogers joins the firm's London office as a partner, and previously practiced with Clyde & Co.
Paul Zagar's practice will focus on intellectual property at Blank Rome. Zagar previously practiced with McDermott Will & Emery.
John Harris will center his practice on litigation and white collar issues at Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz in its New York office. Harris transfers from Ballard Spahr.
Rosmond Dolen has joined the corporate law department at Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP. Dolen joins from CareSource.
Daniel Jarcho has joined the litigation department at Alston & Bird. Jarcho previously practiced with McKenna Long.
Linda Martin has joined the litigation department at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer as a partner in its New York office. Martin has transferred from Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP.
Natalya Northrip will practice litigation matters at Seyfarth Shaw, joining from Fey LLC.
Ricky Ravenwill practice in Reed Smith's litigation department. Raven, formerly of Thompson & Knight, has also practiced with Porter Hedges LLP.
Linda Tiano will practice healthcare law at Manatt Phelps & Philips. Tiano joins the firm's Washington, D.C. office from Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.
Howard Jiang will practice corporate law at Seyfarth Shaw. Jiang previously practiced with Locke Lord.
Chris King will focus on real estate issues at McGuireWoods. King transfers from RPC.
Brian Ashin joins Manatt Phelps & Philips from Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. Ashin will practice corporate law in the Washington, D.C. office.
Mark Davies will practice corporate law with King & Spalding, leaving his practice at Ashurst.
John Mcclenahan will focus on banking issues at King & Spalding. Mcclenahan joins the Tokyo office as a partner.
Amy Leder has been hired at Holland & Knight in its corporate law department. Leder previously practiced with McDermott Will & Emery.
J. Martin Marrett's practice will center on real estate and banking matters at McGuireWoods. Barrett joins from Reynolds Porter Chamberlain.
April Schilling will practice real estate law at Quarles & Brady LLP. Previously, Schilling practiced at Faegre Baker Daniels.
Brady Mickelson will practice corporate law at TriNet Group Inc. Mickelson transfers from White & Case.
Farhad Jalinous has joined White & Case in its international trade and global mergers & acquisitions department. Jalinous formerly worked with Kaye Scholer.
Pamela Naughton will focus on litigation and arbitration at DLA Piper in its San Diego office. Naughton joins from Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP.
Bradford Blaise will practice intellectual property law at Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP. Previously, Blaise worked for Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman.
Benjamin Esplin will practice intellectual property law at Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP. Esplin joins the firm's Del Mar office from Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman.
James Gatto's practice will focus on intellectual property law at Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP. Gatto transfers from Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman.
Andrew Glaze will practice corporate law at Squire Patton Boggs LLP (UK) in its Birmingham office. Glaze joins as a partner from SGH Martineau LLP.
Kristine Blackwood will practice healthcare law at Squire Patton Boggs LLP. Blackwood previously worked for the United States Department of Health and Human Services.
Doc Bodensteiner will practice corporate law at Wilkinson Barker Knauer LLP. Bodensteiner transfers to the Washington, D.C. office from Wiley Rein LLP.
Brian Paul will handle ERISA issues and litigation matters at Faegre Baker Daniels. Paul joins from Ice Miller.
Mary-Christine "M.C." Sungalla will work on appellate and litigation matters at Haynes & Boone, LLP. Sungalla transfers from Snell & Wilmer.
Andrew Grumet will practice corporate law at Drinker Biddle & Reath. Grumet joins from Locke Lord.
Matthew Dowd will handle banking, energy, and healthcare matters at Andrews Kurth. Dowd joins the Washington, D.C. office from Wiley Rein LLP, and has previously worked at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Bryan Rail will practice corporate law at Ropes & Gray LLP. Rail joins the firm from Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.
Barbara Mirza will handle ERISA matters at Cooley LLP. Mirza joins the firm's Santa Monica office from Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.
Gregory Abrams will practice employment law at Faegre Baker Daniels in its Chicago office. Abrams joins from Morgan, Lewis & Bockius.
Angelica Ochoa will handle immigration matters at Fisher & Phillips LLP, transferring from Ogletree Deakins.
Jocelyn Campanaro will practice immigration law at Fisher & Phillips LLP in the firm's Denver office.
Bertha Alicia Ordaz Aviles will focus on government and antitrust matters at Jones Day. Aviles joins from Greenberg Traurig.
Luis Rubio Barnetche will handle government matters at Jones Day. Barnetche joins the Mexico office from Greenberg Traurig.
Sander Ash will focus on real estate matters at Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman. Ash joins from Moses & Singer.
James "Dan" Darnley Jr. will focus on intellectual property matters at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn in its Kalamazoo office. Previously, Darnley Jr. practiced at Paul Hastings.
Jenny Kim will practice in the bankruptcy and litigation departments at Berg & Androphy. Kim joins the New York office from Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman LLP.
Michael Fay's practice will focus on antitrust matters at Berg & Androphy. Fay joins from Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman LLP.
Brian Mack will practice intellectual property law at Lathrop & Gage LLP. Mack joins the firm's Overland Park, Kansas office from Shook, Hardy & Bacon.
Timothy Wolfe will practice employment and litigation at Ogletree Deakins. Wolfe, formerly of Meckler Bulger Tilson Marick & Pearson LLP (now part of Cozen O'Connor), joins the Chicago office as a shareholder.
Michael Westheimer will focus on employment and litigation issues at Ogletree Deakins. Westheimer joins from BuchalterNemer.
Nick Swinburne will handle transportation issues at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP. Swinburne previously practiced with Clifford Chance LLP.
Bryan Harrison will practice intellectual property and antitrust issues at Locke Lord. Harrison transfers from Morris, Manning & Martin.
Tingkang "Tim" Xia will handle intellectual property matters at Locke Lord. Xia joins the Atlanta office from Morris, Manning & Martin.
Klaus Riehmer will practice corporate law at Mayer Brown. Riehmer, previously of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, joins the Frankfurt office.
Anthony Marino will practice banking law at Quarles & Brady LLP. Marino joins the Milwaukee office from Michael Best & Friedrich.
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About Harrison Barnes
Harrison Barnes is a prominent figure in the legal placement industry, known for his expertise in attorney placements and his extensive knowledge of the legal profession.
With over 25 years of experience, he has established himself as a leading voice in the field and has helped thousands of lawyers and law students find their ideal career paths.
Barnes is a former federal law clerk and associate at Quinn Emanuel and a graduate of the University of Chicago College and the University of Virginia Law School. He was a Rhodes Scholar Finalist at the University of Chicago and a member of the University of Virginia Law Review. Early in his legal career, he enrolled in Stanford Business School but dropped out because he missed legal recruiting too much.
Barnes' approach to the legal industry is rooted in his commitment to helping lawyers achieve their full potential. He believes that the key to success in the legal profession is to be proactive, persistent, and disciplined in one's approach to work and life. He encourages lawyers to take ownership of their careers and to focus on developing their skills and expertise in a way that aligns with their passions and interests.
One of how Barnes provides support to lawyers is through his writing. On his blog, HarrisonBarnes.com, and BCGSearch.com, he regularly shares his insights and advice on a range of topics related to the legal profession. Through his writing, he aims to empower lawyers to control their careers and make informed decisions about their professional development.
One of Barnes's fundamental philosophies in his writing is the importance of networking. He believes that networking is a critical component of career success and that it is essential for lawyers to establish relationships with others in their field. He encourages lawyers to attend events, join organizations, and connect with others in the legal community to build their professional networks.
Another central theme in Barnes' writing is the importance of personal and professional development. He believes that lawyers should continuously strive to improve themselves and develop their skills to succeed in their careers. He encourages lawyers to pursue ongoing education and training actively, read widely, and seek new opportunities for growth and development.
In addition to his work in the legal industry, Barnes is also a fitness and lifestyle enthusiast. He sees fitness and wellness as integral to his personal and professional development and encourages others to adopt a similar mindset. He starts his day at 4:00 am and dedicates several daily hours to running, weightlifting, and pursuing spiritual disciplines.
Finally, Barnes is a strong advocate for community service and giving back. He volunteers for the University of Chicago, where he is the former area chair of Los Angeles for the University of Chicago Admissions Office. He also serves as the President of the Young Presidents Organization's Century City Los Angeles Chapter, where he works to support and connect young business leaders.
In conclusion, Harrison Barnes is a visionary legal industry leader committed to helping lawyers achieve their full potential. Through his work at BCG Attorney Search, writing, and community involvement, he empowers lawyers to take control of their careers, develop their skills continuously, and lead fulfilling and successful lives. His philosophy of being proactive, persistent, and disciplined, combined with his focus on personal and professional development, makes him a valuable resource for anyone looking to succeed in the legal profession.
About BCG Attorney Search
BCG Attorney Search matches attorneys and law firms with unparalleled expertise and drive, while achieving results. Known globally for its success in locating and placing attorneys in law firms of all sizes, BCG Attorney Search has placed thousands of attorneys in law firms in thousands of different law firms around the country. Unlike other legal placement firms, BCG Attorney Search brings massive resources of over 150 employees to its placement efforts locating positions and opportunities its competitors simply cannot. Every legal recruiter at BCG Attorney Search is a former successful attorney who attended a top law school, worked in top law firms and brought massive drive and commitment to their work. BCG Attorney Search legal recruiters take your legal career seriously and understand attorneys. For more information, please visit www.BCGSearch.com.
Harrison Barnes does a weekly free webinar with live Q&A for attorneys and law students each Wednesday at 10:00 am PST. You can attend anonymously and ask questions about your career, this article, or any other legal career-related topics. You can sign up for the weekly webinar here: Register on Zoom
Harrison also does a weekly free webinar with live Q&A for law firms, companies, and others who hire attorneys each Wednesday at 10:00 am PST. You can sign up for the weekly webinar here: Register on Zoom
You can browse a list of past webinars here: Webinar Replays
You can also listen to Harrison Barnes Podcasts here: Attorney Career Advice Podcasts
You can also read Harrison Barnes' articles and books here: Harrison's Perspectives
Harrison Barnes is the legal profession's mentor and may be the only person in your legal career who will tell you why you are not reaching your full potential and what you really need to do to grow as an attorney--regardless of how much it hurts. If you prefer truth to stagnation, growth to comfort, and actionable ideas instead of fluffy concepts, you and Harrison will get along just fine. If, however, you want to stay where you are, talk about your past successes, and feel comfortable, Harrison is not for you.
Truly great mentors are like parents, doctors, therapists, spiritual figures, and others because in order to help you they need to expose you to pain and expose your weaknesses. But suppose you act on the advice and pain created by a mentor. In that case, you will become better: a better attorney, better employees, a better boss, know where you are going, and appreciate where you have been--you will hopefully also become a happier and better person. As you learn from Harrison, he hopes he will become your mentor.
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