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Researching Your Career

This guide offers tips on locating resources to research law firms, judges, and companies to prepare for your interviews.

Researching international law placement opportunities

The following databases provide information on legal positions and corporations outside the U.S.

 

 

 

GoinGlobal - This database is licensed for all BC users. If you are working off campus, you will be prompted to enter your BC network credentials.  Contents: Offers worldwide resources for internship and job searches. Database features Country Career Guides, USA/Canada City Career Guides, Job Postings and Internship Listings, H1B Visa Info, and an Employer Directory.


Corporate Affiliations (Access using your Lexis account)  Contents: Provides corporate hierarchies for over 2 million of the most prominent public and private parent companies and their affiliates, subsidiaries and divisions worldwide. Profile information and corporate linkage to the   eighth level for public and private companies (including parent companies worldwide). Domestic companies usually demonstrate revenues in   excess of $10 million, substantial assets/net worth, or a work force in excess of 300 persons while non-U.S. based companies usually   demonstrate revenues in excess of $50 million. Updated weekly.

 

Bloomberg Law Company Screener (Access using your Bloomberg Law account) Contents: Provides search capability for locating global public companies and more than 100,000 private companies. Filter your search to select specific industries, countries, financial data. Note: Company Profiles and Company Look-Up tools on Bloomberg Law also allow you to search for a specific company or to filter by an international location.