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Old 07-09-2010, 01:49 PM
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My husband and I live in Miami. He is studying for the NY bar and not illegible to practice law in Florida since he is a foreign attorney. We have already found out that there are no jobs in Miami. I would prefer living in Tampa to Miami.

Would he have a better chance getting a job in Tampa? Even if it is not in law, would his skills allow him to find a corporate job?
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Old 07-09-2010, 08:22 PM
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Bilingual is more of a benefit in Miami and here are more corporate law positions in Miami as well. There are some public companies here in Tampa but not as many in Miami, and not nearly the same number with an international footprint.

When you say "corporate job" that isn't law, what do you mean? This is pretty broad. Besides being bilingual, what sort of skill sets does he have? Human resources? Finance? Compliance? Any particular industry?
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Old 07-10-2010, 01:36 PM
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He has 16 years experience in Intellectual Property. Mosty of it being in Mexico, he has served as a federal administrative judge of trademarks, a director of IP in prestigious law firm in Mexico and most recently as a corporate counselor. So all his experience is in law and here in the US it has been with the US Patent and Trademark Office, an internship with the Miami Courts and as a int'l royalities counselor for SESAC. He has management experience directing 40 attorneys under him when he was an administrative judge and as a IP director. The main industries are entertainment, snack foods, and other consumer goods.
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