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New York Recruiter Margaret Gilleran: Why Real Estate Law is a Hot Market The New York market for real estate attorneys is making a comeback, with mid-level associates in particular demand. When the housing market collapsed in 2008, it took down with it the market for real estate attorneys. The housing boom had…>read more

No Comment October 1, 2013

Knowing What to Ask and When to Ask It One of the hardest parts of the interview and post-interview process is knowing what questions to ask and when to ask them. Asking the right questions at the right time is important, not just in order to ascertain whether a…>read more

No Comment September 24, 2013

Real Estate and Transactional Attorneys In Demand In Chicago- An Interview with Legal Recruiter Julie Lehrman ┬áThe current Chicago market for real estate and transactional attorneys is very strong. Attorneys in these practice areas are in high demand, and as the economy continues to recover, this demand will certainly increase. This is great news for these…>read more

No Comment September 18, 2013

Top 12 Considerations for Law Students Interested in Pursuing New York Law Firm Opportunities 1. The New York legal market is one of the most competitive markets in the country. Law school grades matter a great deal. Even those students at Top 20 law schools must achieve consistently strong grades to be considered by…>read more

No Comment September 10, 2013

Taking Charge of Your Mentoring Experience Mentoring relationships are as old as the legal profession itself. In the earliest days of legal practice, mentoring and apprenticeship were the only way lawyers could learn their craft. Although legal training is more formalized today, mentoring remains a key…>read more

No Comment June 27, 2013

Breaking Into A Smaller Market Purely as a numbers game, an attorney seeking to lateral into a firm in a smaller city/legal market is going to have a harder time finding and landing a job – the smaller the market, the fewer mid-to-large sized law…>read more

No Comment May 30, 2013

Oregon Teen Alleged to Plan Columbine-style Attack on High School If it had not been for early intervention, Grant Accord, a 17- year old student of West Albany High School would have succeeded in blasting his High School. His foiled bombing strategy was immaculately planned, similar to the 1999 Columbine…>read more

1 Comment May 27, 2013

Greatest Spectacle in Racing Witnessed before Commencement of Indy 500 Two pressure bomb blasts near the finish line at Boston led many runners to stop mid-way at the 2013 Boston Marathon. Completing this unfinished task minutes before Indy 500 drivers started their race, gave the runners immense joy. Flanked by…>read more

No Comment May 27, 2013

The Benefits of a Two Tiered Partnership Law firms of all sizes are being much more selective about who makes equity partner. Gone are the days where doing good work and putting in your time is enough to get you to a profit sharing level. Today, equity…>read more

No Comment May 16, 2013

The Importance of Not Being Overly Earnest; Why Patience is A Virtue As a legal recruiter, I often find myself coaching my candidates about whether and when they can ask certain questions during an interview. Specifically, I can’t express how many times a candidate has called me after viewing a posting on…>read more

No Comment May 9, 2013

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International Tax Associate
USA-NY-New York City

Prestigious foreign-based international law firm seeks 4th to 7th year U.S. tax associate for its New York office.  The candidate must have 4-7 years of experience in international taxation, pref...