I have been working at Exemplar Law Partners
Pros – As an inherent services provider start-up, Exemplar operates with a "can-do and will-do" mentality to get the job done. In agreement with the other 2 posts, Exemplar is not the place for slackers and "baby birds". The first and foremost quality every team member must possess is the ability to begin, grow, and sustain a business. Every Exemplar team member possesses such qualities, and will be able to contribute to Exemplar Companies' growth in 2010!
Cons – Exemplar Companies offers unique, individualized business development and legal services to aspiring entrepreneurs, start-ups, and mid-market companies. Exemplar team members must be able to multi-task since each member contributes services in many aspects for every customer. Multi-tasking team members sustain the business, and it is only by doing so which will allow the Exemplar Companies' team to further strengthen and grow in 2010.
Advice to Senior Management – The Exemplar team is only as strong as it's weakest link. Keeping the focus on team growth is management's biggest challenge in the year to come. Can-doers with a natural entrepreneurial vigor will strengthen the team, and will ultimately strengthen the foundation.
2010-01-15 11:28 PST
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I worked at Exemplar Law Partners
Pros – If you are an attorney fresh out of not that known of a school, you probably can get a "job" there. To be fair, with no jobs in the field of law for the past several years, any job is a good job.
Cons – Unfortunately, your pay is basically commissions, no matter how the founder calls it or sugar coats it. Structure is also overly complex and only understandable by the CEO.
There are no real experienced attorneys on staff either to mentor you.
Advice to Senior Management – Get with the real world, maybe then you will not need to go to court to fight lawsuits from your former employees.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2009-09-22 21:55 PDT
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