Law Exit Opportunities
I’m a 2017 associate in NYC biglaw. I logged approx. 2300 billable hours in 2019. Is that light, normal or heavy in the biglaw market for RE associates at my level? Thanks in advance for thoughts.
I am a prep and pross biochemical patent attorney looking to transition to litigation. How would I go about this? Is it even possible?
Anyone here successfully transition from a litigation only firm to a corporate position? I do mostly defense side general litigation. How did you go about transitioning?
My Small/midsize lockstep firm pays 2016 grads 105k v. AM100 at 190K recruiting me. Will partners give me a raise to keep me? I'd stay for more money
Anyone have success going from law to finance, I.e private equity, VC, hedge funds, etc. ? Any advice on how to do it?
Anyone here left law to be a real estate agent or know someone who has and they’ve experienced success? Thoughts?
Debating leaving my little solo practice in family law to do the same type of work but for the state in care and protection cases. Anyone make the jump from working solo to working for the state?
I want to go in-house at a relatively high level (GC or report to GC) at a small to mid-size company. Thoughts on when a Corp associate has enough experience to make the move? (More info below)
Finishing law school and considering exiting into consulting. Any opinions, tips how to transition? Currently working as counsel for VC fund
1st year at V5 NY corporate group: how long do I need to survive this to have decent exit ops to a non-insane job?
Received an offer from another firm that I am going to accept. Should I give my current firm my notice now or wait until after the holidays?
Thoughts on exit ops for RX/BK associates? Dont think they have as broad a platform as transactional attorneys, but how would you handicap it?
Any ideas on where tax attorneys end up if they leave law firms/big 4? Does the skill translate well to finance?
What is standard notice to give when leaving a firm? What is the shortest or longest you’ve seen? How important is it to abide by your firm’s notice request?
Any experience in transitioning from a laid back boutique to a more traditional V100? Mid-level associate and the increase in billables would be 350 more. Am I giving up too good of a thing?
4th year w/ M&A and VC experience, never enjoyed the practice of law outside of the salary. Moving to DC in the spring and considering career change or in house w/ business opportunities. Any advice?
I’ve decided to leave a toxic work environment and have begun applying elsewhere. It’s now very difficult to motivate myself at work. Any advice for how to survive until I have an offer in hand?
How badly does a staff attorney position in big law effect your ability to move back on partner track with another firm later?