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Wiley Rein Overview

Washington, DC
501 to 1000 employees
1983
Company - Private
Accounting & Legal
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Unknown
Wiley Rein (formerly Wiley, Rein & Fielding) can field all sorts of questions about legal matters. The firm employs some 275 attorneys specializing in more than 20 practice areas, including advertising, antitrust, copyright, insurance, white collar defense ... Read more

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    Pros

    Great people who really care about you. Small enough office so everyone is on a first name basis. Take a genuine interest in your professional development.

    Cons

    They were starting to change this when I left, but the staff is treated differently than professionals. Had to clock-in (believe this is gone), couldn't join affinity groups, etc.

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    I applied online. The process took 3+ weeks. I interviewed at Wiley Rein (Washington, DC) in May 2017.

    Interview

    I applied online, had a skype interview three weeks later. The HR rep who interviewed me had forgotten our scheduled call, called me 15 minutes late (because I called the office), asked general standard questions about my background and interest in the position, and described the position in more detail. I was invited to an interview at their office later that week. The interviewer told me more about the position and the firm, didn't ask me more than 2-3 questions. I followed up with an email after hearing nothing for two weeks. They had given the position to someone else and I suppose weren't going to bother telling me.

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