By David Lat
A friendly reminder from ATL: Today is Halloween. If this slipped your mind, be sure to stop by your local CVS / Duane Reade / RiteAid on the way home, and pick up a bag of miniature chocolates for the trick-or-treaters. Some lawyers, judges, and law professors get into the Halloween spirit. For example, back […]0 Comments /Share/ Oct 31, 2006 at 10:24 AM
Kinney is currently running an exclusive search for an Asia GC role at a well known tech start-up company, based in Shenzhen. This company has received significant recent praise for their new smart phone device in leading medial outlets, such as the New York Times, TIME, Mashable, Wired, Yahoo, and Forbes, among others.
Mid- to Senior Level Real Estate Associate Attorney
Location: New York, New York
posted by Kinney Recruiting LLC
Commercial Litigation Associate Wanted
Location: Dupont Circle, District of Columbia
posted by Anton Legal
Commercial Litigation Attorney Wanted (Metro Center)
Location: Washington, DC
posted by Antonoplos & Associates
Energy Transactions Sr. Level Associate
Location: Los Angeles, United States
posted by Morgan, Lewis & Bockius
Senior Legal Writer
Location: Pensacola, Florida
posted by IMS ExpertServices
We’ve all heard how dysfunctional entry-level legal recruiting is: Inordinate expense, decisions made on the briefest of subjective impressions with opacity all around, and what do firms reap for all their efforts? Shocking attrition rates among junior associates. It’s time for a conference on what could work better, and this is it.
Are you a junior to mid-level corporate/finance associate who has been contemplating a move to (or within) Washington, DC? In response to increased deal activity requiring “NY (or like-kind) trained” corporate associates, the Washington, DC corporate/finance market is experiencing an unusually high demand for your skills. Read more, and check out www.g-s.com.
Here’s the memo from managing partner Ken Geller.
When was the last time you took a second look at your student loans? If you’re like most borrowers, you probably try hard not to think about them. After all, dwelling on your debt isn’t going to make it go away any faster. Or is it?