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    Loved working here! The people are great, and the experience is invaluable. I would definitely recommend

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    I have no real cons of working here. The work/life balance is good. The salaries are typically not high, but competitive with similar jobs


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    Fairly standard interview process. They had me meet with a lot of people in the same day, which was tiring but the questions were pretty standard. The first interview I met with all the staff in the local office and the second interview with the head of the practice.

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    • I had to complete a writing test where I was given documents and asked to write a legal document which was challenging.   Answer Question

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Website www.legal-aid.org
Headquarters New York, NY
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1877
Type Nonprofit Organization
Industry Accounting & Legal
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Serving as a law firm for many of New York's less fortunate residents, The Legal Aid Society represents people who could not otherwise afford a lawyer in civil, criminal, and juvenile rights cases. The society operates from about 25 facilities in all five boroughs of New York City with a staff of more than 800 lawyers; it also draws upon the work of more than 600 investigators, social workers, and paralegals. A not-for-profit organization, the society receives government money for its work in criminal and some juvenile matters, and it counts on donations to support ... More

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