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5th year associate in biglaw. I interviewed today for an in-house position for a developer but they do acquisition rehab rather than new construction which is more what I’m into. Advice?

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I’d start by asking what would happen to your job with the developer if the economy tips over in the next few years, as seems likely. Other factors include likelihood of making partner (a credential that matters whether you stay in private practice or not), how relatively good or bad your current job is, and what you want to be doing in 5 years, 10 years, and 20 years.

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Interview for a company that does new construction

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