The Return of a ''Buyers' Market

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lovelaw27
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The Return of a ''Buyers' Market

Postby lovelaw27 » Thu Jul 07, 2011 10:48 pm


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Re: The Return of a ''Buyers' Market

Postby Verity » Thu Jul 07, 2011 10:54 pm

lovelaw27 wrote:http://www.bcgsearch.com/article/61137/The-Return-of-a-Buyers-Market-Suggestions-to-Law-Firm-Recruiting-Coordinators-for-How-to-Best-Navigate-the-Changing-Legal-Market-in-2011/

This might be good.


Wouldn't a "buyer's market" be one in which the firms have an advantage? I mean they're the one's "buying" your services.

I think JD Match is more useful than this article.

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Re: The Return of a ''Buyers' Market

Postby Anonymous User » Thu Jul 07, 2011 11:06 pm

It'd sure be nice. I'll probably stretch a little bit more in case this actually happens, but I really want to make sure that my 200k gamble pays off, so I'm not gonna bet hard on it.

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Re: The Return of a ''Buyers' Market

Postby TigerBeer » Fri Jul 08, 2011 11:20 am

did they pick the name BCG so they could ride on boston consulting group's rep




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