3 Reasons In-House Funds Attorneys Are Going Back to Law Firms

“I have never seen a law firm practice area offer more opportunity in terms of subject matter diversity, career trajectory, and economics as compared to its in-house counterpart.”

Crossing the Bridge Back to a Top Law Firm From In-House

“In today’s legal market, crossing the bridge from an in-house role back into a top law firm is becoming much more common (and lucrative!).”

Scott Yaccarino Comments on Top Law Firms’ Unwavering Recruitment of Transactional Attorneys

“Most Big Law firms are still jumping at the chance to hire premier transactional legal talent despite any drop in deal volume.”

Why Lateral Partner Candidates Can Stop Worrying About Discussing Books of Business

“While a partner candidate’s book of business is undoubtedly an important component of a law firm’s evaluation process, in the vast majority of lateral partner assessments it will neither make nor break the partner candidate.”

Scott Yaccarino Provides Perspective on Competition for Legal Talent in Miami Market

“Miami’s legal hiring market has been heating up recently, especially after the recent hiring sprees by Big Law firms such as Kirkland & Ellis, Sidley Austin, and Winston & Strawn.”

Scott Yaccarino Comments on Big Law Firms’ Strategies to Attract Miami Clients

“There is a bigger, broader role that Big Law firms play in connecting clients and serving as an intermediary when it comes to aspects of the business that are not a function of billable work.”


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