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The McCormick Group has been retained by Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, a pioneer in globalizing the legal profession, to assist in recruiting a Business Development Manager for Litigation, Restructuring and Intellectual Property.  The Business Development Manager will help shape the strategic positioning for each of the practices within the context of the Cleary brand.  This includes supporting client relationship building initiatives, facilitating cross-selling opportunities with other practice groups and lead generation.

The manager will have managerial leadership and mentoring responsibility for Business Development analysts and assistants, and will work closely with attorneys who have been supportive of business development and other members of the Global Business Development team. The manager will support business development activities both in the U.S. and in Latin America.

Since 1946, Cleary Gottlieb has worked across practices, industries, jurisdictions and continents to provide clients with simple, actionable approaches to their most complex legal and business challenges, whether domestic or international. The firm operates as a single, integrated global partnership and not a U.S. firm with a network of overseas location.

The firm has a proven track record for innovation.  The firm’s attorneys are fluent in the many languages of local and global business and the firm has achieved consistent success in multiple jurisdictions.

Handling the project for The McCormick Group is Managing Principal Steve Nelson (snelson@tmg-dc.com) and Principal Cassie Battle (cassieb@tmg-dc.com).

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The McCormick Group is a national executive search consulting firm that since 1974 has delivered high-qualified candidates to fill key positions across a diverse range of industries and all functional disciplines.


As the largest executive search firm based in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region, The McCormick Group has superior knowledge of federal Washington and its impact on the nation’s business community and non-profit sector.