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Family oriented Great benefits Good pay Great attorneys Flexible
HR doesn't have a clue Petty co-workers Too much gossip by staff
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied in-person. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Patton Boggs (Denver, CO).
The process was a standard law firm interview process: initial interview on grounds with a partner, then a call to fly out to the office for a day of interviews followed by lunch. There were five interviews, mostly with partners. The initial interviewing partner from the on campus interview is your 'guide' for the day. The lunch is attended by both partners and associates. Of course it is still an interview as well, but there was more of a relaxed and casual feel about it, as if they were trying to get more of a sense of you as a person. Unlike other firms I'd interviewed with, people at this firm seemed to enjoy each other's company.
- One of the interviewers asked me detailed questions about an undergraduate neuroscience project I'd worked on. It was a very complex project that didn't have any direct relationship to the role I was interviewing for, so I wasn't expecting to have to explain the inner workings of the hippo-campus. Answer Question
This was right at the onset of the recession- no negotiation.
A Beltway insider, Patton Boggs law firm specializes in public policy, litigation, and business law, the latter of which is its largest practice area. The firm has continued to build its expertise in other practice areas including administrative and regulatory law, food and drug, health care, employment, intellectual property, and real estate. Founded in 1962, Patton Boggs employs more than 600 lawyers and professionals. In September 2008 Patton Boggs launched a weekly Internet radio program, "Capital Thinking," that covers the intersection of public policy ...