We spoke with two attorneys leading the U.S. and U.K. subgroups of a strong Chambers-ranked bank regulatory practice of an AmLaw 50 law firm - they highlighted the growth potential within their team for a strong mid-level associate as there is no one standing in the way for purposes of promotion. The group offers a broader range of experience than most - there is opportunity to handle transactional, advisory and enforcement representation for a range of sophisticated clients, many of whom are headquartered abroad, which makes the work more interesting and adds a satisfying dimension to one’s practice that is typically difficult to get. For the person who enjoys research, writing and advising and wants more opportunity to be in front of clients, this is the opportunity you should be considering. The group has had success with their associates going in-house to clients but they also strive to create an environment where their attorneys want to be long-term - in particular, the group’s leader in New York is supportive, reasonable and someone who engenders loyalty in her attorneys. If this description resonates with you and you have bank regulatory experience (either from a law firm, financial institution or the government), please click here for more information.