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Interviews at Law Offices of Manuel Solis
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Dallas, TX
I applied online. I interviewed at Law Offices of Manuel Solis (Dallas, TX) in May 2021
Easy and fast, I was put on hold for longer than the interview because the interview was pretty fast but it was easy. A lot of people interviewing, I felt comfortable and not nervous.
- to speak Spanish to them
Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
I applied in-person. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Law Offices of Manuel Solis (Los Angeles, CA) in Jan 2018
Terrible. Waited an hour to be seen. Should have given me an appointment at 2pm not at 1pm. Unprofessional. Wish I never would have applied here and accepted an offer. But I definitely have learned so much about myself in terms of the where I will accept and withstand employment and how to be treated in the future.
- Tell me about yourself.
It seems partners are much more flexible with associates who have kids than with those who don’t. If it’s okay for my colleague with a kid to leave at 5 pm and log on later, why isn’t that the same for me (no kids)? My obligations might be different, but I still have a life and want to be able to do certain things, like catch that evening workout class or cook dinner for my partner. As you can probably tell, my firm is operating 100% in person. There is no point here — I’m just whining.
Can we start naming firms that are expecting associates to go back to the office five days a week with no wfh flexibility? And which firms are allowing associates to wfh with more flexibility post-pandemic? I hoped there would be a change to the general biglaw face time requirement but seems like some firms are going right back to 2019 standards.
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I interviewed at Law Offices of Manuel Solis
This was a bizarre interview process. The first interview and the wait time was almost an hour and a half. Did not seem very professional, wait felt deliberate, after which we were told how important all of our times were.
- Are you working somewhere right now and (if yes) did you tell them you are looking for another job.
Anonymous Employee in Huntington Park, CA
I applied in-person. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Law Offices of Manuel Solis (Huntington Park, CA) in Dec 2016
Interview only took about 10 minutes and was hired. Manager wasn’t really interested if I knew anything about immigration. Was just like because of my attitude. There wasn’t much interest showing
- Wasn’t asked any legal questions.
Anonymous Employee in Houston, TX
I applied online. I interviewed at Law Offices of Manuel Solis (Houston, TX) in Feb 2016
He always does group interview.... He asks everyone the same questions.... the interview is 1/2 in English and 1/2 in Spanish. you must be fluent in both languages. there will be at least 7 people doing the interview with you.
- Why I left the other job; If I am fluent in Spanish
Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Law Offices of Manuel Solis (Chicago, IL) in Jun 2015
Multiple round interview. Included a fact pattern that involved determining which would be the differing causes of action in a personal injury case. I also met with the operations manager. The office was steaming hot requiring me to remove my jacket and constant forehead wiping.