May 11, 2005
Lawyers As Investment Bankers
Morgan Stanley has just hired a lawyer from Sherman & Sterling to be a vice chairman. His salary? $20 million or so for the "rest of the year." Lawyers have always done well in investment banking in mainline management positions. Add a sophisticated understanding of finance to a law degree specializing in business and law student can pursue a career in investment banking.
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