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- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
I have been working a little over a year and its been a really good experience everybody is very friendly and appreciative of one another. It gets really busy and it tends to get a little hectic but together we always get through it. Everybody is very amazing in what they do they are helpful towards one another. I really love the fact that everybody works with a smile and try to help with anything that they can. When going into trial everybody goes in with all they can they take every trial serious and work the best they can. I would recommend this company very much because i know that they will do what it takes to win. Mr.Ellis is a very intelligent man and when it comes down to it he knows what needs to be done and he gets it done right he treats his clients with respect and keeps them knowledgable. The pay is great and benefits as well that come with.
Dont have any cons to share at the moment :)Continue reading
- Current Employee, more than 8 years★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
I get to work with some of the smartest and friendliest people around. Although we are extremely busy, most of us in the office have no problem giving a hand to get the job done. We approach every project with a team approach and it appears to work well. Management expects high quality work product, but so does most every one here. We work in a beautiful office (with our own workout office and trainer), salaries are good and so are benefits. We have lots of work coming in and handle a large case load, which I would say is good in this economy.
Because we are an extremely business office, stress runs high. We have had our share of turnover by staff and attorneys who are not used to working the long hours litigation sometimes requires, Attorneys and staff need to be driven by the work, not by management. Deadlines run rampant, so it is not for everyone.Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 5 years★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Nice staff and attorneys; New office; Gated garage; Conveniently located in Sac; Good learning for someone new and fresh out of law school; Must be willing to work really hard.
Very busy and demanding; Grueling hours.Continue reading
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.