Since 1981, Analysis Group has provided outstanding client service to North America’s top law firms, Fortune 100 companies, and government agencies. Our work is grounded in the principles and practices of economic analysis – whether we are conducting quantitative assessments related to litigation, assessing cost of illness as part of health outcomes research, or developing models for use in corporate strategic planning.
- We work on a range of cases, across multiple industries and practices.
- We work with an extensive network of industry authorities and academics.
- We work collaboratively across 11 offices in the United States, Canada, and China.
Our culture – equally focused on academic rigor and client service – ensures that our clients receive practical solutions to some of their toughest business and litigation problems, and that our employees can succeed in an environment that fosters personal learning and professional development.
Our clients are leading law firms and Fortune 100 companies representing diverse industries and facing compelling business challenges. For more than 30 years, we have worked on many high-profile engagements across a range of disciplines, including large-scale antitrust and securities class actions, intellectual property disputes, and valuations of multibillion-dollar investments.We assist law firms and businesses with:
- Pretrial discovery (helping to gather and analyze evidence)
- Development of economic and financial models
- Preparation of testimony
- Critiques of opposing experts’ analyses
- Risk assessments
- Cost-benefit analyses
- Industry and market analyses
- Development of growth strategies
- Outcomes research
Our dual focus on academic rigor and client service, and our commitment to teamwork, ensure that our clients receive practical, tangible solutions to some of their toughest business and litigation problems.
Since its founding, the firm has emphasized an ongoing commitment to career development and to maintaining a collegial work environment in which individual growth opportunities are encouraged and supported.
At Analysis Group, you can:
- Work with the nation’s leading academic and industry experts to analyze and address challenging litigation and business problems.
- Collaborate with professionals across all the firm’s various practice areas (ranging from Antitrust to Valuation) to broaden your expertise.
- Receive thoughtful, comprehensive mentoring and coaching from colleagues. As CEO Martha S. Samuelson noted in a New York Times interview, “One of the greatest mistakes people make with mentors it they try to snow them,” instead of asking for help. At Analysis Group, employees are encouraged to “find somebody you like and figure out how to make it safe and comfortable for [them] to help you.”
Members of our diverse professional team hail from more than 35 countries and speak 40 languages. Our common bond is a distinctive combination of intellectual rigor, superior quantitative skills, a practical outlook, and a collaborative style.
"While many firms talk about development, I think Analysis Group walks the walk. The senior people really feel that they don't succeed unless they help younger consultants grow."
– Vault.com Survey
For those junior-level employees (analysts and associates) seeking a long-term career with Analysis Group, we require a commitment to completing a course of graduate study. To that end, we provide multidimensional support for analysts who plan to apply to graduate school. This support encompasses group workshops and individualized assistance with applications, as well as access to other resources, information, and advice.
Many former analysts return to Analysis Group as associates after completing top graduate programs.
- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Analysis Group as an intern (less than an year)Pros
AG has great office culture. It is a very team oriented place. They provide on the job training as well as seminars for interns. There were many events held to incorporate interns into office life. The work was challenging, although some interns were very busy, while others did not always have work. This was dependent upon where your case was in its life cycle.Cons
AG could be more diverse. The company felt very WASP-y at times.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Please try to have recruiters hire a more diverse incoming analyst class. Other than that, keep up the good work!RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through college or university – interviewed at Analysis Group.Interview Details
Applied through campus recruitment and heard back in a week. First round was a phone interview with behavioral questions. Then, within a week went to Boston for an in-house interview. There were 5-30 minute behavioral interviews.Interview Questions
- Be prepared to talk in depth about any prior research you have done, answer detailed questions about the data set you used, and explains any methods you used. Similar questions were asked in each interview. Answer Question