Law Firm Pronunciation Guide

How do you say Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle?  How about Debevoise & Plimpton?

If you had an interview with a firm like this, your failed pronunciation of their name could be the difference between a call back and a thinly-packed ding letter.

Fortunately, Georgetown Law School has a law firm pronunciation guide out there for the major firms, available to anyone at a single click!

Duke Law School has one available as well.

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  1. I recruit lawyers who want to work in Japan. If you know people who want to work in Japan in the legal field, I have a lot of law firm clients (and banks/commercial corporations) looking for qualified lawyers. Feel free to refer them to me and I will tell them whats out there.

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