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Mid-level Healthcare Attorney with pharmaceutical and FDA experience – new

BCG Attorney Search Washington, DC

Job ID: RHWU83824 Washington D.C. office seeks mid-level healthcare attorney with 3+ years of experience in pharmaceutical and medical device fraud… Job Board


14 days ago

Patent Prosecution Attorney with 1-5 years of experience

BCG Attorney Search Washington, DC

Job ID: 7T1982800 Washington D.C. office seeks patent prosecution attorney with 1-5 years of prosecution experience. The candidate will serve in the… Job Board


21 hrs ago

2-4 year Capital Markets Associate – new

BCG Attorney Search Washington, DC

Job ID: R1WX84606 Washington DC law firm seeks a exceptional junior level (2-4 year) capital markets/transactional attorneys with experience in debt… Job Board


11 days ago

Real Estate Attorney with 4-6 years of general transactional exp.

BCG Attorney Search Washington, DC

Job ID: 7OBK84310 Washington D.C. office seeks real estate attorney with 4-6 years of general transactional experience. The candidate should have… Job Board


7 days ago

Corporate Attorney with 3-4 years of transactions experience

BCG Attorney Search Chicago, IL

Job ID: JURC84522 Chicago office seeks corporate attorney with 3 - 4 years of experience. The candidate will interact with and advise business… Job Board


21 hrs ago

Complex Commercial Attorney with 3-4 years of litigation exp – new

BCG Attorney Search San Francisco, CA

Job ID: UKS984577 San Francisco office seeks complex commercial attorney with 3-4 years of litigation experience. Skills: Complex, commercial… Job Board


21 hrs ago

Corporate Attorney with 3-5 years of securities experience – new

BCG Attorney Search Palo Alto, CA

Job ID: 1EAD82586 Palo Alto office seeks corporate attorney with 3-5 years of experience. The candidate should have public company and securities… Job Board


7 days ago

ERISA Attorney with 2-5 years of benefits/compensation experience

BCG Attorney Search Dallas, TX

Job ID: VWTG84846 Dallas office seeks attorney with 2-5 years of executive compensation experience in a large law firm. The candidate should… Job Board


7 days ago

Benefits/ERISA Attorney with 2-4 years of retirement plans exp

BCG Attorney Search Chicago, IL

Job ID: F0F984509 Chicago office seeks benefits/erisa attorney with 2-4 years of experience. The candidate should have experience with tax law… Job Board


11 days ago

Real Estate Attorney with 2-4 years of leasing and title exp.

BCG Attorney Search Dallas, TX

Job ID: ROUE83950 Dallas office seeks real estate attorney with 2-4 years of experience. The candidate should have experience with real estate… Job Board


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    Fun if you don't mind managing yourself

    • Comp & Benefits
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    • Culture & Values
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    Former Employee - Writer/Editor in Pasadena, CA
    Former Employee - Writer/Editor in Pasadena, CA

    I worked at BCG Attorney Search full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Paid well, very minimal supervision, office in beautiful downtown Pasadena. Lots of opportunities for advancement. Never a boss or manager breathing down your neck, you basically get to work at your own pace. And if you were a hard worker, it was easy to earn recognition for your performance.

    Cons

    Not having a manager or supervisor sometimes leaves you out in no-man's land, where you aren't sure what you're supposed to be doing. Some employees would go days without knowing who to report to or what to work on. Those kinds of employees generally didn't last long. There was very high turnover. The self-starters could turn this negative into a positive, however. When I left, the company was beginning to outsource every position to India. No clue if this is still going on.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It always felt as though there was a giant gulf between the upper management and the employees. There were several attempts to fill the gulf with some kind of middle management, but it never clicked. The people brought in to manage day-to-day operations always got burnt out or somehow got on the owner's bad side. The owner is a bit of a mad genius.

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