Want to jump ship eventually (within a few years) to a secondary market, but there's little (if any) bankruptcy work in that area.
I've heard rumors of attorneys going in-house (general corporate) or swapping practice areas (finance being the easiest to go into), but what other options do I have? Are these firms willing to keep a few specialized attorneys around just for bankruptcy-related issues?
SO, lifestyle, and family ties make the secondary market very compelling
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Not much big debtor work outside NYC but depends how small a market we are talking. Also the most lucrative ops from Weil/Kirkland BK (distressed asset fund) are also lately in NYC. That said, you probably could get BK boutique or another big firm that has mainly a creditor's practice. Check chambers for whatever the market is to get a feel for who the major players in the region are.
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