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The Standard in Attorney Search and Placement
The hot summer months of July and the much-anticipated ''holiday'' downtime of August prompt many foreign associates and partners to review their careers more closely. Very often, such close examination leads to thoughts of a lateral move to U.S. practice, which promises cutting-edge work and high-market-value deals. This summer, however, making a lateral move to U.S. practice has been rendered more difficult due to increasing visa restrictions and already-met quotas as of April 2007. This article will address some of the more common questions I am fielding from associates abroad who wish to practice in New York or another top U.S. legal market. READ MORE >
"BCG was very responsive. The recruiter I worked with was candid, which was very helpful...." Read moreDaniel ZwickUniversity of Michigan Law School, Class Of 2014Placed at Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland & Perretti LLP.
"I don't have experience working with any other search firms, but Jennifer was just really..." Read moreNicholas ContentoUniversity of Notre Dame, Class Of 2017Placed at Baker Botts L.L.P.
"I think Romina is very proactive and very responsive. Every time I had question, no matter..." Read moreZhuo ChenNorthwestern University Pritzker School of Law, Class Of 2014Placed at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
"You provided a lot of back-end help in terms of preparing resumes, cover letters, etc. It..." Read moreA. C.Fordham University School of Law, Class Of 2013Placed at Paul Hastings LLP.
"I remember that Harrison Barnes called me pretty soon after I reached out to him, or pretty soon after we agreed..." Read more
Keven MenesUniversity of California, Hastings College of Law, Class Of 2010Placed at Young Basile.
"[BCG was] very pro-active. I thought [they had] expansive thinking as far as different..." Read more
James FicenecUniversity of California, Berkeley, Class Of 1989Placed at Newmeyer & Dillion, L.L.P.