Middle Market Partner Practice
Our recruiters have excelled at placing middle market partners ($300,000 to $ 1 million in portable business) at law firms in New York City and Connecticut. We have guided these partners through the hiring process, including responding to the LPQ and resolving client conflicts. Because of our successes, many of our clients have regularly returned to us with these important engagements.
Having graduated from top law schools, our recruiters are former lawyers at elite law firms and corporations, which allows us to form instant credibility with the top talent that we seek to recruit. This, along with our intimate knowledge about the large firms, shows why we have placed hundreds of associates at AM Law 100 and 200 law firms since 2002.
Middle Market/Boutique Associate Practice
In contrast to our peer recruiting firms, we have developed a unique client base which includes many midsized and boutique law firms. Our firm has been tremendously successful filling associate searches for these types of firms, which often allow for great autonomy, better partnership prospects, and stronger business development options.
Our recruiters have many years of experience in placing attorneys at recognizable companies. Client examples include: a foreign-based bank; a global private equity firm; an international beverage alcohol company; a regional furniture retailer; a New York City-based hedge fund; a privately held asset-based lender; a leading global provider of financial and legal information; an international equipment rental company; a research firm which analyzes corporate bonds; a national provider of backup, disaster recovery and business continuity solutions; a premier four-season, destination resort; and a real estate owner and developer.
Michael Lord & Company is an attorney placement firm with offices in Manhattan and Fairfield County, Connecticut. The company places attorneys in large global and national law firms, regional and boutique law firms, corporations, private equity and hedge funds, and investment banks.