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Current big law associate. Starting to consider an in house move. I know the basic routes to go in house (recruiters, alumni, firm clients), but is there a database or message board where in house opportunities are listed?
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I have found my two in-house positions off goinhouse.com and indeed.com
also just searching websites for industries you are interested in. I'm in the financial industry and career pages usually have a lot of listings
Last edited by JenDarby on Mon Jan 29, 2018 10:08 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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I found my in-house job by compiling a list of large companies with HQ offices in my target city. Then, I just trolled websites for listings. Once I found a listing, I tried to figure out who I knew at the company (even if it was a friend of a friend of a friend) who could help me get past the HR black hole to the actual hiring manager. Unless you are in a very broad specialty, it's not likely that there are more than a small handful of relevant listings at any given time.
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