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How can you achieve your dream job in a tight legal market? Find out in this article. READ MORE >
Find out how to hire the best lateral attorneys and the types of attorneys prestigious law firms avoid in this article. READ MORE >
Learn 9 reasons moving to another market as a law firm attorney is the ultimate way to get ahead in your career. READ MORE >
Find out the underlying reason you are not happy practicing law, and what you must do to be happy. READ MORE >
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Everyone knows that the country’s biggest cities, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, are, not surprisingly, also the country’s biggest markets for legal employment. If you have spent your legal career to date in one of these large markets, it’s possible (if not probable) that the thought of working in a smaller market has never crossed your mind. But if you are in fact looking for a new position, you should consider living and working in a smaller market - like Philadelphia, Baltimore, Rochester, or Northern Virginia, for example – and here’s why: READ MORE >
Question: How do I know that my firm is the problem? Will I be happier at another firm, or are they all just basically the same? READ MORE >
Question: I am a 53-year-old corporate lawyer who graduated from a top law school and has over 25 years of experience as a sole practitioner. I have handled large clients and very sophisticated deals. I am tired of the administrative responsibility of running my own shop, but I'm not ready to retire. I've talked to a number of recruiters, but none are willing to represent me to a firm. I'm not ready to be ''put out to pasture,'' and I consider this age discrimination. What should I do? READ MORE >
I am contemplating making a lateral move and want some guarantees regarding my progression prospects (i.e., promotion to partnership) if I am going to switch law firms. Is this something I can reasonably expect from law firms and should I try to get a commitment from a law firm regarding my progression prospects? READ MORE >
You are a partner at a solid firm where you generate a respectable book of business on an annual basis. You feel your career at your current firm is heading toward a perpetual stagnation. You feel that you lack the resources to build your practice, or you view the firm's overall commitment to client relations or service as inadequate. Worse yet, you believe the culture or prestige of the firm has suffered because of the actions of your partners. Perhaps you have great concern regarding the firm's profitability or compensation structure. Or you question the management in guiding the firm through the uncertain future. Whatever the reason, you are contemplating leaving your firm to improve your unfulfilled expectations. READ MORE >
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Michael CamporealeHofstra University School of Law, Class Of 2009Placed at Tarter, Krinsky & Drogin, L.L.P.
"My recruiter in New York has been great in facilitating my job search process and already..." Read moreStephen ChengCornell Law School, Class of 2007Forest Hills, NY
"Christina was great. She listened to what I wanted. She worked really hard and found me..." Read moreS. S.UC Hastings College of the Law, Class Of 2011Placed at Solomon Ward Seidenwurm & Smith LLP.
"I liked how once your registered to the website you can see positions that were open that matched my criteria,..." Read moreZak MorozovHarvard Law School, Class Of 2015Placed at Winston & Strawn LLP.
"BCG has recruiters that make up a fantastic team. They helped guide me through the entire..." Read moreEzra ReinsteinHarvard Law School, Class of 1998Los Angeles, CA
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J. A.Loyola Law School, Class Of 2011Placed at Newmeyer & Dillion, L.L.P.