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Tax Attorney

 

Massachusetts - Boston

Boston office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks tax attorney with 6+ years of experience in the areas of tax and estate planning. The candidate should preferably have an LL.M. in Taxation or CPA background.

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Wealth Management Staff Attorney

 

Massachusetts - Boston

Boston office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks wealth management staff attorney with 6+ years of experience, focusing in the areas of estate planning and estate trust administration. The candidate will work with primary focus to help service existing client work. Must have experience working with private clients on various wealth ....

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Wealth Management Group Associate Attorney

 

Massachusetts - Boston

Boston office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks wealth management group associate attorney with 1+ year of firm experience, focusing on estate planning and estate trust administration. The candidate must have exposure to working with private clients on various wealth planning issues in developing long term estate planning strategie....

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225 Franklin Street, 26th floor
Boston
MA
02110
USA
(857) 277-7381
Legal Recruiter Boston, Massachusetts Legal Recruiter Boston, Massachusetts
225 Franklin Street, 26th floor
Boston
MA
02110
USA
(857) 277-7381
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Thank you so much for taking the time to prepare me for the interview. Without your guidance, I most certainly would not have been as crisp as I was that day!
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Over the course of the past year, I worked with over a dozen Boston area legal recruiters. Your recruiter turned out to be, by far, the best recruiter I found and was ultimately the one who placed me in a new position. The vast majority of recruiters I found worked off of a model which was, I believe, in direct opposition to my best interests as a candidate they started with a list of open positions and tried to force me into one of their existing profiles. He did the opposite; he spent a substantial amount of time with me at the beginning of the process and learned about my skill set and what I was looking for. He then wrote detailed introduction letters on my behalf, which he submitted not only to employers with posted positions but also to employers who were not hiring but who seemed like a good fit. In addition to being pleased with the amount of time and effort he invested in my search, I was impressed by his knowledge of the greater Boston legal market and understanding of how my specific skill set matched or didn't [match] available positions. He was a very pleasant person to work with and always responded quickly and helpfully to my questions. I have recommended him to numerous colleagues and would continue to do so, without reservation, to anyone in the market. He is a refreshing and effective exception to the impersonal cold-call culture that unfortunately seems to dominate the recruiting area.
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I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed working with you during this process. As you know, I was working with a couple of recruiters. There was a stark difference in my experiences with you and the other recruiter. Your knowledge of the marketplace and your advice helped keep a daunting process manageable. I also appreciated that you were always available-- nights or weekends--for a quick question or update. In short, if any colleagues ask if I know of a recruiter, I will be sending them your way. Again, thanks for all of your help.