What kinds of jobs could I get as a corporate lawyer in either federal, state, or local government?
I'm a partner at a law firm and have been practicing corporate law for ten years.
Asked By: vegasboy007 - 7/9/2008
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I'm going to disagree with one of the previous answers, based on the fact you're a corporate lawyer. Unless you're using that phrase in some manner with which I'm entirely unacquainted, that means you are *not* a litigator. That - plus your relatively advanced seniority - will make it unlikely that you can get a job in... More
Answered By: hlstarch - 7/9/2008
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Possibly a deputy attorney general, deputy district attorney, or assistant US attorney handling the white collar crimes dealing with corporate law or an assistant US attorney. You may have to deal with a pay cut because I think those jobs cap out at $100K - $150K, depending on location.
Answered By: Princess Leia - 7/9/2008
Look into the Attorney General's office and Department of Financial Institutions.
Answered By: shaakon1 - 7/9/2008
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