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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...
Would any biglaw recruiters/HR be willing to give advice on a resume/CV? Undergrad senior looking for an entry paralegal role at an NYC biglaw firm, I would really appreciate any insight. Thanks!
I am just starting at a non profit staff attorney and I want to make the move to civil litigation work( ie plaintiffs side firm) in norther California. Any recommendations? Any openings?
JOB - rare opportunity for jr litigator to work for a financial institution that focuses on providing in-house counsel and big law with greater access to the financial markets. email
Should I take a staff attorney position in hopes of 1) transitioning to associate at the prestigious law firm or 2) bettering my chances for associate elsewhere after a year of being a staff attorney?
I cannot afford to make the initial investment into law school (though I’d love to) so I want to know what skills can I go and learn to either further my career in the legal profession or (cont.)
How to frame answers in a lateral interview with a direct competitor for why leaving? Don’t want to sound negative about current firm, but real answers are culture-related
Free recruiting advice: if you are looking in 1 market, only use 1 recruiter. It is a misnomer that if you use multiple recruiters you will have multiple bites of the apple- simply untrue
Is it possible to go from workers comp to privacy law? First year associate, took first job to hire me after months of looking. I am CIPP certified.