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I'm working Reliance industries as a SAP IT operation and I'm looking job for same background I want to join immediately please let me know if have any vacancy for me ,
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Moving into a new home in Sudbury after we do some renovations (will be lots of dust and such). Any great cleaners you’d recommend?
Can Deloitte offer 100% hike from 9LPA? 6 YOE.
Hi fishes. I’m just learning about the perils of testing and how it waters down everything. 😿 that’s all
My line manager sends me work to do but my *colleague* keeps sending out group emails thanking and praising me for "sorting it for her". To put it plainly, this is annoying the crap out of me. No I haven't sorted it for you, I did it because it's my job. Is this annoying for other people too?
Do we find that settling a case is really that big of a deal in our industry? I always get congratulatory messages and such, which is great to get the attention & recognition... I just don’t feel it’s as big of accomplishment. Am I undermining this? Overthinking it?
Thoughts on portafolio on Behance vs portfolio on my own website (I am a UX/UI Designer)
I am getting ready to apply to jobs and my portfolio is on Behance right now. I have a feeling that is better to have it on my own website but I think is just tooo much 🥲 plus I have to pay smh
My wife and I are expecting our second in a few months. We are thinking about renting a Snoo. Has anyone rented or bought one? Is it worth it? We were broke and in grad school when we had our first so it wasn’t an option then.
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Anyone has negotiating experience with recruiter at Msft? In my initial verbal offer, i felt like they lowballed me and i negotiated for about 20 to 25% more. Waiting for their updated offer. Do you think they will go as much as 20 to 25% from initial offer?
What kind of questions should I ask for my first initial phone chat with an agency recruiter?
Where is bitcoin heading?
Looking at joining a course in the Charlotte area this summer. Any recommendations on solid public/private ones not crazy expensive? I’m 30yo been playing for 5 years and finally starting to love it.
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Additional Posts in In-House Counsel
What are some companies that hire attorneys fully remote with 3-5 YOE? Even if there are not openings currently, I am curious to know so I can keep my eyes peeled for openings that may come up.
Are there any recruiters for in house positions in this bowl? I’m a third year data privacy associate at a midsize firm and I’m looking to work somewhere that does a lot of consumer marketing (likely a retail brand?). PM me if you’ve got some leads you’d be willing to share! TIA.
In house counsel: I’m a senior associate in a litigation boutique with significant “first chair” experience (50+ depositions, 50+ dispositive motions, first and second chair trial experience, briefed and argued cases before court of appeals and state supreme courts, etc.) I’m looking to move in-house but struggle to get past the initial resume screen. Is my firm name holding me back? Would I be well positioned to move to a bigger name firm before trying to move in-house?
I got a job in-house 6 months after working at a law firm. I really love the work I’m doing (a little bit of everything) but am not getting the mentorship and training I should be getting. Do you think I should try to get a job at a law firm and then try to go back in-house in 2-3 years? Or just try to switch companies to get better mentorship?
Hi All. I am a little confused what the rule is for practicing as a remote in-house counsel. For example, if my employer’s corporate office is based in Texas, but I live in Florida and work from Florida, do I have to register as in-house counsel in both states or either states. I appreciate any insights. Thanks.
So I’m doing insurance defense in house and I’m wondering what senior managers pay starts out at . I feel like my position maxes around 160K currently at 120K . Also how much are bonuses usually I’m in my first few months 😅
I'm a 3rd-year corporate transactional attorney with a private firm. Around 50 attorneys, which is as big as it gets for the state I'm in. I've become disillusioned with the partnership track career path fairly quickly and don't think it's for me. Before taking a large pivot and leaving the law entirety, I've thought about going in-house.
(1) Are there any downsides to going in-house too early?
(2) Would it make it more difficult to go back to private practice if I don't like that experience?
Love that I can actually call out sick from work now that I’m in house (vs before in big law)!
Has anyone changed areas of law while in-house? If so, how did you do it and what was that like?
What are your thoughts about waiving the jury trial in Venue/Dispute Resolution clauses?
End of Year Review is coming up. This is my first one in-house and im not great at selling myself. Anyone have suggestions for what things should be included? I do litigation and haven’t really had a real victory. All cases have been settlement candidates and the clients are happy but feel like that’s not enough to stand out.
Regretting moving in-house. I was an 8th year associate at a v10 biglaw firm but moved in house six months ago and am regretting it. The pay has been hard to stomach but the bigger concern is that the hours and work are not what I expected. Is it too late to go back to a firm since I was so senior when I left? Should I just stick it out a while longer and then find a new in house job? Appreciate any advice.
Three months in as corporate counsel (out of big law) at a non-faang pub tech company and am starting to feel disillusioned. Some aspects are exciting, but others feel more administrative/fixing other dept’s mistakes/being the scapegoat. Starting to worry if commercial lawyers are getting more marketable experience and/or have better career prospects going forward? Thoughts?
Is there a standard amount of time to hear back after second round of interviews with a panel of legal and business?
Anyone go from litigation in-house to in-house corporate? I'm in-house litigation now, but I realize that those roles are harder to come by, and so wondering if I should get ahead of myself sooner rather than later and jump to corporate to expand my skill set and set up for more exit opportunities in the future. 10 YOE in Lit.
How long did it take y’all to find your in-house job? I’m smart and hard working. Just tired of the biglaw grind and ready for a more humane job. I can’t seem to get ANY traction with in-house job apps😭 really regretting going to law school at all. Feels like I’ll be on the exhausting law firm treadmill forever.
Can anyone recommend any business books for - new in house counsel? I feel like I am totally lost when it come to the business side of the company I work for. I work for a software startup if that helps. Thanks!
Any tips for how to decide when to involve outside counsel? I have a fair amount of discretion when to get help but coming from a firm background I’m so used to just doing everything myself, which has led to me being busier than I’d like meaning I have trouble focusing enough time on anything to do a good job. I’m just curious how other folks decide when to handle actual legal work (i.e. contract drafting and negotiation) versus farming some of that out.
I'm thinking of moving inhouse from biglaw. Do you worry about job security since going inhouse? While biglaw sucks, I never have to worry about losing my job for anything other than my own performance.
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