As economic and litigation consulting specialists, Analysis Group is a rare creature in the consulting world: a firm that is all but immune to the vagaries of the business cycle. As long as there is a need to estimate economic losses and damages (among other things), there will be a demand for Analysis Group’s services. As a result, it maintains a very stable employee base, and recruits at all levels of educational attainment, from those fresh out of undergrad to PhD holders—provided, of course, that you have the economic chops to cut ...

Company Stats


Employer Type




1,001-5,000 Employees


Featured Rankings

Vault Consulting 50


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Major Office Locations

Boston, MA (HQ)


Employment Contact

Amanda Giunta

Firsthand Findings

As might be expected, Analysis Group appears to have performed strongly throughout the pandemic to date, coming through with mostly high marks from its employees, and a healthy client roster to boot. That’s largely due to its economic and litigation consulting niche: there has been no shortage of work for the firm’s analysts to get their teeth into in the past two years.

Looking to the future, this is a firm with a strong reputation for equipping recent undergrads with the skills and knowledge to get into top grad school programs. There’s a steep learning curve, to be sure, but one that comes with the opportunity to learn from genuine experts in a setting that is perhaps best described as “academic”.

Along with all of that, Analysis Group consul...

About the Company

Analysis Group provides expertise in economics, finance, health care analytics, and strategy to top law firms, Fortune Global 500 companies, global health care corporations, and government agencies. Much of the firm’s work is grounded in economic analysis – whether that involves a quantitative assessment related to litigation, quantifying the impact of disease on the economy, or developing a model for a client’s corporate strategic planning exercise.

Analysis Group has provided litigation support for lawyers at more than 500 global law firms, and has consulted to general counsel and senior executives at a number of Fortune 100 companies. The firm also has a robust health care practice.

For law firms, Analysis Group’s consultants help with pretrial discovery, development of economic and financial models, preparatio...

Employee Reviews

  • “AG truly has the best people I've ever worked with. These people are smart, interesting, and great teammates.”
  • “Analysis Group is a very patient and nurturing environment. We don't expect people to know everything when they join so we train and help them learn. We also help them figure out ways to pursue their curiosity and interests.”
  • “Flexibility in area of focus. We don't hire people to specialize. People's interest change over time and there are a lot of industries we work in. We encourage people to pursue cases that they are interested in and the leadership will work to try and make that happen.”
  • “For potential candidates, it's important to understand that AG is not a management consulting firm; it primarily works in litigation consulting, health economics and outcomes research, and some strategy consulting. This results in a different—less travel-intensive—lifestyle. For some people, like me, that is what we are looking for. The other thing to keep in mind is that everything here is about the success of the team. The best way to be a rockstar at this firm is to be an amazing team player, not to try to shine on your own.”
  • “The fact that you can navigate your own path in the ‘internal labor market’ gives you a lot of control over who you work with and what types of projects you work on.”

Getting Hired Here

  • “Analysis Group is looking for highly analytical individuals who can explain complex problems and solutions in simple terms.”
  • “The firm seeks individuals that have shown a depth of experience working both on quantitative/analytical projects, as well as team projects.”
  • “The ideal candidate has a strong analytic background and an eye for detail, but more importantly is curious and a team player.”
  • “The ideal candidate has experience with quantitative analyses and research.”
  • “We are seeking candidates who love solving ambiguous economic problems. The ideal candidate will have strong technical training (programming and statistics) as well as strong interpersonal skills.”

Perks & Benefits