The City You're In Has a Big Impact on Your Chances of Landing an In-House Job

What cities are best to be in if you're an associate who wants to go in-house?  With data from Move Tracker, we put together the rankings below. The number in parenthesis is the percentage of law firm associate moves that were in-house moves (the national average is 24%):

  1. San Francisco (31%)
  2. Silicon Valley (30%)
  3. Boston (29%)
  4. Los Angeles (26%)
  5. Atlanta (24%)
  6. New York (24%)
  7. Houston (23%)
  8. Chicago (23%)
  9. Washington D.C. (20%)
  10. Dallas (19%)

Head west (or north), young associate!

San Francisco is the place to be.

San Francisco is the place to be.