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Location Illinois - Chicago
Job ID ZR9I112963
Trusts and Estates
Chicago office of our client, a BCG Top law firm, is actively seeking partner to join our Estate and Trust/Wealth Management Group. The candidate should have portable business.
This law firm was established over a century ago and has been guided by values of integrity and innovation. Their areas of practice include litigation, real estate, public law, environmental, education law, capital markets, bankruptcy, creditors' rights, banking, and more. Their offices are located in Florida, Ohio, and Illinois.
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Chicago office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks associate attorney with 3-5 years of experience and a heavy concentration in estate planning and estate administration. The candidate should preferably also have experience in income tax law. Must be licensed to practice law in Illinois.
200 South Wacker Drive, 31st FloorChicago,Illinois 60606
Phone (312) 321-9411
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