- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Quinn Emanuel full-timePros
The environment is great. Most of the attorneys are young and are easy to work with. People are friendly and helpful as well. If you are a person who has minimal legal experience you, as a foot in the legal door, this is a great place to learn.
There are a great deal of fun activities the firm provides for attorneys as well as staff which is a great way to get to know others who you may not see on a daily basis.
Time off: there usually is not a problem getting time off.Cons
Pay is not at the market rate.
Unfortunately, some older employees have greatly defined the word "lazy." There is not a fair split of work amongst staff but then again this does reflect on who you are and if you want to learn and succeed.
At times there seems to be favoritism.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Pay attention to your hard working crew before they leave.RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Interview Details
Interviewer was casually dressed, wearing jeans and drinking a coke. Was a brief interview (during OCI) but received an invitation to their networking event that night and a callback. Overall was a less traditional law firm interview - we spoke about drinking and wine. Lawyer was on his phone twice during the interview.Interview Questions
- Where do you see yourself in the long run? Answer Question
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Business litigation specialist Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan has more than 450 lawyers in offices located in Chicago; Los Angeles; New York; San Francisco; and Silicon Valley, California and internationally in Mannheim, Germany; London; and Tokyo. The firm organizes its trial practices into areas such as antitrust and trade regulation, class actions, construction, health care, intellectual property, real estate, and white-collar crime. Quinn Emanuel was founded in 1986. In March 2010, it added Kathleen Sullivan as a partner and as the head of its appellate practice...