Law Exit Opportunities
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What are the pros/cons of going in-house? I am a senior level attorney, but don't have a big book of business, and don't love being on call for all of my clients 24 hours a day. Advice?
3rd year associate in NYC biglaw. Mostly in lev fin. Have the opportunity to move to a PE client’s debt capital market team as an associate in a purely business role. Am I killing my legal career?
Leaving firm in small town. Staying in town. I’d rather recommend an atty outside of the firm to my referral sources. Firm doesn’t have an atty who practices in my area, but WILL take any clients.Help
Leaving healthcare in-house to open mostly remote hlthcare legal/compliance or business consulting after 25 yrs practice. Any thoughts on billable rate? East coast but looking for national clients.
4th year M&A associate. Hate M&A, hate being a lawyer generally. What types of non-lawyer jobs could someone like me transition into? (Don’t say PE, lol.)
4th yr M&A associate at a V30 - realizing I absolutely hate M&A - I’m fine with the firm and its culture, but I can’t do this line of work for the rest of my life. What are my options at this point?
Been 2nd chair on 3yo case going to trial in 5mos. Got an offer I want to accept. Clients are lawyers and don’t want to burn bridges. Do I reject and stay on the case or do what’s best for me?
When is too early to jump ship for a first year? My section has been extremely slow and I don’t see a light at the end of the tunnel. Worrying about getting behind in experience.
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)