I will be moving to a different city in March. I'm currently a stub year corporate associate at an NLJ 250 firm.
How should I plan my move so I land the closest to being on my feet? I'm planning on taking the bar in February and job hunting immediately after.
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I'm assuming you absolutely have to move for some reason, but if not, you'd be best served by staying at your current firm for a year and then trying to lateral, especially if you want to stay in corporate (as most non-volume corporate work is done in big firms).
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