Your recruiter just sent me an unsolicited email saying that a "global" law firm is seeking a "White Collar Crime & Investigation" partner to head up their West Coast practice, because the global law firm has no West Coast "White Collar Crime & Investigation" partner, and the work is being serviced by the East Coast partners, and they have to fly here all the time, and their arms are getting tired, or something. Apparently if I responded I can be the head of the West Coast practice and soon have a gold-plated house.
1. If you knew your recruiter was going to send this out, how did you get to be a global law firm if you think that the way to recruit a partner to be the coastal head of a practice group in a highly specialized area is to send out a mass generic unsolicited email?
2. If you didn't know, how did you get to be a global firm without supervising how your recruiters were going to look for people?
3. Can I see the gold-plated house first?
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