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PROGRAM MANAGER - Institute for Innovation Law, Startup Legal Garage (Temporary)

UC Hastings College of the Law San Francisco, CA

As the University of California's first law school, UC Hastings College of the Law is ABA and WASC accredited and committed to outcomes-based… Glassdoor


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Legal Fellow, Public Interest Law

UC Hastings College of the Law San Francisco, CA

As the University of California's first law school, UC Hastings College of the Law is ABA and WASC accredited and committed to outcomes-based… Glassdoor


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Director of Development & Communications

UC Hastings College of the Law San Francisco, CA

As the University of California's first law school, UC Hastings College of the Law is ABA and WASC accredited and committed to outcomes-based… Glassdoor


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    Not so bad, but you'd think they could do better.

    Former Employee - Research Assistant in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Research Assistant in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at UC Hastings College of the Law as a contractor (less than an year)

    Pros

    I've done a few odd research jobs here, never a regular employee, so my impressions are based mainly on interactions with staff in the payroll and fiscal services department. Not good. I really can't speak to the experience of a full-time employee here. On the upside, the professors I've worked with are top-notch, very professional and accommodating, with intellectually stimulating work.

    Cons

    Everything is a mess to get done, administrative and paperwork-wise. I always had a delay and a run-around to get paid. I can understand that it's a state-run joint and there are layers of red tape, but even if you look beyond that, there's a lot of unnecessary unpleasantness. The people working in the administrative offices are rude and disinterested, which is understandable since their processes make so little sense. The friendliest, most helpful people I encountered seemed to be student interns, but the long-term employees are clearly so secure in their jobs they don't need to care if they do them well or how they treat people. You'll get better service at the coffee shop in the lobby.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Talk to private schools, see how they do things, and start over. Administration is pretty rinky-dink for a major public institution. Get it together!

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