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TX SA Relocation Costs - BB/V&E/AK

Postby Anonymous User » Thu Feb 20, 2014 12:00 pm

Was anyone from a TX law school offered relocation costs?
Has anyone asked about them?

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Re: TX SA Relocation Costs - BB/V&E/AK

Postby downinDtown » Thu Feb 20, 2014 3:48 pm

Anonymous User wrote:Was anyone from a TX law school offered relocation costs?
Has anyone asked about them?

Not at one of those firms, but at another peer firm located in TX, where they pay/reimburse for the round-trip airfare for SA and eligible dependents, or if SA drives, firm reimburses for accountable travel expenses (lodging but not meals).

Firm also pays/reimburses for new associates (and their dependents) for travel to the place of employment and moving expenses up to a fixed amount.

Seems like most firms limit the travel costs for SAs to airfare (or if driving, lodging and gas): http://www.top-law-schools.com/forums/v ... 3&t=208323

If they don't, you're getting paid $3K per week and with a 30-45 day float on a CC, you'll have plenty of money to pay for it. But at those firms, I'm guessing they do, I just don't have specific knowledge.




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