Q: I am a third-year associate in a boutique law firm whose specialty can be internationally based. Recently, I have been approached by recruiters despite my being employed at a small law firm. I am looking to relocate overseas from New York. What type of recruiter do I speak to? How do I begin my job search?

I graduated top of my class and was on law review at a second-tier law school. My previous work experience included summering for a major law firm. I speak Spanish, but not as fluently as I would need to practice law. I am not particular about where I end up abroad.

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