After more than 35 years in the market, our recruiters have developed trusted relationships with, and deep connections to, both the world’s leading law firms and the top talent they seek. Since most of our seasoned partner recruiters are attorneys and all possess deep industry knowledge, we are experts at guiding the delicate and often complex process of partner moves. No other team is more experienced and qualified than Major, Lindsey & Africa.
Whether you are a prospective lateral partner or a firm seeking to grow, we lead you through flawless transitions that deliver optimal value for all parties.
As firms consider expansion through a merger, acquisition or an office opening, they turn to Major, Lindsey & Africa for expert guidance through the complex process of evaluating and then executing the entire transaction.
A full-service operation, we can even connect you to the accountants, real estate agents and bankers required for a smooth transaction.
With deep, long-standing relationships with leading law firms globally, we have direct access to decision-makers at firms and to candidates virtually everywhere. In fact, our insider status enables us to know of opportunities often before they become public.
Remember that as you seek to expand your law firm's footprint into new markets throughout the United States, Latin America, Europe*, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
*For details on our increased coverage in the Paris market and relevant consultants, click here.
Current legal market news, trends, partner moves, and active opportunities in the Asian, Australian and Pacific Rim legal markets for September 2021 from our APAC offices.Read More
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Much has been written lately about law firms and their ever-evolving policies related to returning to the office. The current hiring environment has seen a high demand for associate talent, which raises the stakes on “return to the office”: Get it wrong, some warn, and firms risk losing associates to firms that are more “flexible.”Read More