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Emeryville, CA
1001 to 5000 employees
1988
Company - Public
Accounting
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
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You ask, "Can I get a witness?" and LECG answers, "Yes!" The firm provides expert testimony to a wide range of corporate clients and government agencies on issues such as competition and antitrust, intellectual ... Read more

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LECG CEO Steve Samek
Steve Samek
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  • "Intellectually stimulating work. Had the opportunity to learn a lot. Not keen on working in some of their core areas."

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    Former Employee - Research Analyst in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Research Analyst in Washington, DC
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    I worked at LECG full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Lots of software training. The people were great to work with.

    Cons

    I was hoping to work on environmental cases. That work evaporated as soon as I showed up.

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    Research Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Evanston, IL
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    Application

    I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at LECG (Evanston, IL) in October 2009.

    Interview

    I was asked if I had written any papers using data, and then about how I collected data and documented what I was doing with it. There were also questions about demand and supply, what a complement and substitute goods are, to define elasticity, what the shape of an elastic and inelastic graph looks like, and a few other basic economics definitions.

    Then I was asked about my previous internships and what I did, about my previous employers and how I got along with them. I felt as though the interviewer was provoking me to badmouth a previous supervisor, but I'm not sure.

    Finally, I was asked about my coursework-- why I took certain classes, what I found particularly interesting, and what classes I was yet to take before I graduated.

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