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Public Finance (NY): New York City Biglaw

Postby LST Radio » Mon Nov 09, 2015 7:53 pm

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Public Finance (NY): New York City Biglaw

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This episode is presented by The United States Air Force Judge Advocate General's Corp.

Life at a large New York City law firm is all about tradeoffs. On the one hand, junior associates receive large salaries, good training, and interesting exit opportunities. On the other, the "life" part of work-life balance can sometimes be difficult to manage.

In this episode, Joan Kerecz, a 2013 graduate of Duke University School of Law, discusses the various roles she played in public finance transactions. While few large firms have public finance practices, her large firm afforded her the chance to help public entities raise money to accomplish important projects, from building roads and bridges to expanding hospitals and schools.

Joan talks to us about the on-campus interview climate at her law school. She also tells us why, after just two years, she left a firm she really liked to do general finance deals at another large New York City corporate firm.

This episode is hosted by Kyle McEntee, LST's executive director. It is sponsored by Barbri and

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  • Wikipedia: [url=">Public Finance[/url]
  • [url=">Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe[/url]
  • [url=">Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson[/url]
  • [url=">NALP Director of Legal Employers[/url]

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