I’m thinking about transitioning to In-House from a big law firm where I practice Employee Benefits. Will employers consider me without the typical “corporate” or “litigation” experience?
Ask A Legal Recruiter
Switching firms. big law to big law (NY to CA). What kinds of things should I negotiate for? Already have 3 offers - 1 with a $20K starting bonus & full EOY bonus w no billable req (but not best opp)
75k salary with 180 hours a month billable for a civil premier defense firm......seems a little low on $$$ for the billables ...I’m a second year associate ....any thoughts?
I am a first-year at a small firm doing litigation looking to move into a corporate practice group at a big law firm within the next year or two. What should I be doing now to make that possible?
What is a considerate way to say “no thank you” to a recruiter? I was contacted on LinkedIn and want to be respectful of the recruiter’s time but also want to thank them for thinking of me.
I am a Special Counsel- Commercial Litigation looking to move in-house. I have applied to positions and had some interviews but no offers any recommendations on good recruiters who can assist?
Another job opp: senior corporate counsel role 7 years plus, yes partner is possible and bus dev. Email me if interested.
Job opp: construction lit- 5 yrs plus experience top tier practice group in htown. Email me. Always confidential
What types of different bonus structures do you run into? End of year only, quarterly, semi-annually?
Graduated from law school with an in-house offer. Was laid off before bar results. Took a paralegal job with promise of promotion once licensed. Never happened. Took another paralegal job (con’t)
What is a decent annual billable requirement? Also, billing tips are appreciated. For some reason I am really struggling. Am I self sabotaging?!
How do you make the most of legal networking events without seeming too eager /disingenuous but also making sure to have meaningful (maybe even memorable) encounters?
I want to find another in-house position in California (moving from Boston). I work at a very large company doing M&A, venture capital (we have a corporate venture capital program), and some...