About Lexington, KY
|Starting Associate Salary in
Lexington, KY ***
|Lexington, KY Founded||1775|
|State Capital||Frankfort KY|
|City Fact about
|Lexington ranks tenth among US cities in college education rate, with 39.5% of residents having at least a bachelors degree|
|Horse Capital of the World|
|# of NLJ 350 Attorneys
|# of NLJ 350 Law Firms
|Top three largest NLJ350 firms' offices by head count
|Stoll Keenon Ogden
Frost Brown Todd
Dinsmore & Shohl
Top 100 US Law Schools in
|Ranked #58||University of Kentucky|
Top 100 Law Firms in
Top 200 Law Firms in
|Dinsmore & Shohl|
|Frost Brown Todd|
Lexington, KY… Where We Find the LionsSM
In the wake of global economic changes, Employers both Companies and Law firms rely on the Lion Group, a national legal recruiting firm, to recruit attorneys for their strategic and growth requirements. Attorneys meaning In-House counsel, government attorneys, law firm partners and associates. Companies rely on us for general counsels and deputy general counsel positions. Law firms rely on us for strategic law partner recruiting, partner groups placements, new office development for law firms and law firm merger and acquisition services. We love the legal industry. And serve company executives and law firm executives in the placement of lawyers and strategic growth initiatives in the United States.
Legal recruiting is our forte. At law schools, companies and law firms locally here in Lexington, KY lawyers call us head hunters while others calls us legal recruiters or legal search consultants, either way we get the job done and our clients are happy with strategic lawyer placements in Lexington, KY law firms or companies or in another city of their choice.
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Ask These Questions
In Lexington, KY, are you finding yourself asking these questions?
- Have you dealt with a Legal Recruiter before and do you know How the Process Works?
- Is your Company in a pinch and need to hire a Strategic Attorney to your Team now?
- Are you reviewing Budget this year and want to Expand Your Talent Pool & Bottom Line?
- Does your office need an Infusion of Talent and Leadership?
- Would your Client give you More Business if you got the right Lawyer?
- Did your Company just Expand and you need another General Counsel or Deputy?
- Or did your Company get Acquired and you need a new level of InHouse Attorney leadership and experience?
- Is your Law Firm considering a Merger or Acquisition for expansion and need game changing Introductions?
- Did your last Recruiter offer a weak or no Guarantee for their work?
- Were you left wanting with your last Recruiting experience and the Candidates presented?
At the Lion Group and in Lexington, KY, we understand the myriad of law employment details for InHouse counsel, law associates, partners, groups & entire firms.
Consider our clients, the NLJ350 & Fortune Companies, and why they have chosen us in Lexington, KY:
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We create opportunity for our clients. We eat, sleep and think new connections that accelerate our clients goals.
It is our commitment to serve our clients and candidates with the utmost professionalism, integrity, and respect. We will serve relentlessly until the search has been completed to satisfaction.
We are not simply legal recruiters. We think like Marketers. We innovate like Entrepreneurs. We connect like Investment Bankers. We counsel like Presidential Advisors.
We commit to a rigorous safe guarding of sensitive communications and information. We understand the delicate steps in the lateral process.
We are forever students of the law industry. We know what is going on and are sought for information locally here at Lexington, KY.
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Lexington, Kentucky—the Horse Capital of the World
Lexington is the second largest city in Kentucky and the hearth of the state’s Bluegrass Region, the area that is renowned for its fertile soil, lush grassland and scenic beauty. With a population of 310,797 residents, it is the 61st largest city in the United States. Founded in 1775 by William McConnell as a temporary campsite and officially incorporated seven years later, it was not until 1792 that Lexington became part of Kentucky, the newly established state. By 1820, Lexington has already become one of the largest and most prosperous towns west of the Appalachian Mountains. Because of its cultured lifestyle, Lexington soon gained the nickname “Athens of the West.” The flattering epithet was taken from a poem written by Josiah Espy (“But Lexington will ever be, The Loveliest and the Best; A Paradise thou’rt still to me, Sweet Athens of the West”).
Lexington is most famously known for its horses and is commonly referred to as the “Horse Capital of the World.” Because the limestone soils of the Inner Bluegrass Region are rich with calcium, horses raised on its grass have stronger bones and endurance, which plays a major role in breeding of racing champions. With more than 450 thoroughbred horse farms, Lexington has the greatest concentration of such equestrian facilities in the world. A magnet for international clientele, as well as tourists, the horse industry vastly contributes to Lexington’s local economy. Attracting horse-lovers, fans and gamblers from around the globe, the races at the Keeneland course and the Red Mile harness track are Lexington’s most significant claim to fame.
Lexington prides itself on being one of the leading American cities in economic growth. With an unemployment rate of just 3.2% (which is lower than in many cities of similar size) and predicted ten-year job growth of 32.7%, Lexington’s economy is expanding at a rapid pace. The list of major corporations that have located its headquarters or facilities in Lexington includes the tech giant Lexmark—the city’s largest private employer—as well as Toyota’s multi-million dollar assembly plant. In addition to cars and printers, agriculture also plays an important role in Lexington’s local economy, tobacco, corn, soybeans, wheat, barley and beef cattle being largely produced. Smaller businesses have also found the area attractive. Forbes magazine has recently named Lexington as the 4th best city for business and careers, while Entrepreneur magazine recognized it as one of the top five cities in the southeast for small-business start-ups.
Among Lexington’s population over the age of twenty five, 22.86% hold a 4-year college degree, 10.29% hold a master’s degree and 3.02% hold a doctorate degree. Among US cities over 250,000 residents, Lexington ranks 10th in terms of college education rate; when it comes to literacy, the city is ranked 13th in the United States. In addition to being the largest and most important educational institutions in Lexington, the Transylvania University and the University of Kentucky are also one of the area’s major employers.
**The top law school rankings are based on the 2013 U.S. News Best Law School ranking.
*^The top ATL law school rankings are based on 2013 Above the Law rankings.
***Salaries are based on a range of small to large law firms that were found for this city.