About Waukesha, WI
|Starting Associate Salary in
Waukesha, WI ***
|$50k - $61k|
|Waukesha, WI Founded||1846|
|State Capital||Madison WI|
|City Fact about
|The largest community in the county and seventh largest in the state|
Professional, scientific, and technical services
Metal and metal products
Finance and insurance
Accommodation and food services
|# of NLJ 350 Attorneys
|# of NLJ 350 Law Firms
|Top three largest NLJ350 firms' offices by head count
|Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren
Michael Best & Friedrich
Godfrey & Kahn
Top 200 Law Firms in
|Michael Best & Friedrich|
Waukesha, WI… 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 Waukesha, WI 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 Waukesha, WI law firms or companies or in another city of their choice.
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Ask These Questions
In Waukesha, WI, 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 Waukesha, WI, 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 Waukesha, WI:
Introductions & Synergies
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 Waukesha, WI.
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Waukesha, Wisconsin—Spring City
The city of Waukesha is located in southeastern Wisconsin, approximately 18 miles west of Milwaukee, 60 miles east of Madison and 90 miles north of Chicago. The country seat of Waukesha County and a suburb of Milwaukee, it is part of the Milwaukee metropolitan area. Nestled along the banks of the Fox River (which starts near Menomonee Falls and flows into the Illinois River), Waukesha encompasses a total area of 25.07 square miles. According to the 2010 census, the city had a population of 70,718 residents.
Waukesha’s history goes back to the beginning of the 19th century, when the first New England settlers arrived in the area that was then nothing but wild prairie and virgin forest. In 1847, one year after it was established as Prairieville, the village changed its name to Waukesha. In 1896, it was officially incorporated as a city. Although for years people believed that the origin of the name Waukesha is a Native American word meaning fox, or little foxes, the city takes its name after Wau-tcha (also spelled Wauk-tsha), the leader of the local Indian tribe at the time of the arrival of the first settlers.
Waukesha’s extremely pure and good-tasting natural spring water earned it the nicknames of “Spring City” and “Saratoga of the West.” Following the discovery of mineral springs, the 1870’s marked the beginning of the so-called Springs Era, a prosperous half-century during which Waukesha became a nationally recognized spa destination. Through 1920, people traveled cross-country to drink the water, giving rise to Waukesha’s health and tourism industries, as well as its many bottling and beverage businesses. Over the years, however, the healing properties of Waukesha’s natural springs have been spoiled by pollution and many of them have gone dry.
Today, Waukesha is one of the fastest-growing cities in the region, home to several nationally and internationally known companies, such as GE Healthcare, the global leader in medical imaging technology and the city’s largest employer. Considering its median household income of $58,070 and the $28,810 income per capita, it is no surprise that in 2012 Money Magazine ranked Waukesha as one of the “100 Best Places to Live” in the United States. Established in 1846, Waukesha’s Carroll University (formerly known as Carroll College) is the oldest college in Wisconsin. A perfect blend of urban and rural living, Waukesha’s revitalized downtown now includes a wonderful Riverwalk, a Historic complex and a variety of unique specialty shops, restaurants and businesses. Dotted with beautiful lakes, Waukesha offers abundant swimming, fishing, boating and other recreational possibilities. With six galleries and over 50 artists, a cultural museum and a new performing arts theater, Waukesha’s arts and culture scenes are anything but average. For music lovers and curiosity seekers, Waukesha is most recognizable as the birthplace of Les Paul, the legendary musician and inventor who designed one of the first solid-body electric guitars, which made the sound of rock and roll possible.
**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.