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Litigation Attorney

 

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Century City office of our client seeks litigation attorney with 5-10 years of experience. The candidate will handle and run multiple significant matters at once. Will evaluate findings and develop case strategies/arguments. Lead all aspects of motion practice, including drafting of legal briefs and opinions. Draft pleadings, motions, briefs, and w....

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Real Estate Partner with acquisitions experience

 

California - Century City

Century City office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks Real Estate partners with middle market clients to join this rapidly growing office. Partners with experience in the areas of acquisitions, dispositions, leasing, and real estate opportunity funds are preferred. Portable business of at least $1M required. Must be entrepreneurial....

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Corporate Partner with mergers and acquisitions experience

 

California - Century City

Century City office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks corporate partner with experience in mergers and acquisitions and corporate counseling. The candidate should have portable business of $1M+.

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10537 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 301
Los Angeles
CA
90025
USA
(310) 444-0000
Legal Recruiter Century City, California Legal Recruiter Century City, California
10537 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 301
Los Angeles
CA
90025
USA
(310) 444-0000
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Christina was great and really creative in identifying some opportunities that I wouldn't have ordinarily thought of including Davis Wright, which is where I am going, so I think that was for me, the most unique and impressive part of it. She didn't just go to the easily identifiable firms that do what I do, but she looked at other firms and I thought that was good. For me, having a go between that has experience like Christina, being someone who knew my background and had someone who had a similar background as well and that had transitioned it, helped a lot to have her input in my resume, my business plan and the discussions I was having with some of the partners at the firms I was meeting with. I haven't worked with a lot of recruiters, but individually, Christina was very knowledgeable and for me the most important part was creative. She was looking for the opportunities that weren't usually clear that they had business similar to what I did, but places that wanted to get into my white collar area of the law, and that was for me, from my perspective, puts her among the best.
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I really appreciate your kind words. You are without a doubt the best recruiter I have worked with. You will be my recommendation to anyone who asks.
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I thought Lynn was really great. She didn't push me into one corner or another. I had some really aggressive experiences with recruiters, one of whom actually disclosed to people at the firm that I was looking to try to attract them as well and things like that. I really appreciated that she handled herself ethically. My experience was professional and above board. BCG did all of the work, and they really earned their commission. They were aggressive in contact, and from my experience they did everything I would have wanted them to do.Working with BCG made my job easier because they provided all the listings and I submitted [my choices]. They gave me advice regarding how to interview and things like that. It was very good.The first three words that come to mind when I think of BCG are aggressive, large, and significant. I would rank BCG right at the top compared to other recruiting companies I have worked with.I'd recommend Lynn. To me, just candidly, it is about the individuals. I was lucky to work with one of the best people, and I would recommend her. I think there were also great materials. To me it's 90% about your person and 10% about the firm.