The associates are willing to teach and are excellent.
The seemed to always be unrest between the partners.
Some of the people who were partners there were exceptional at what they did. The quality of work that a person was able to do was also very good as partners were seemingly well-connected with diverse and interesting clients.
The pay was among the lowest I had seen in Manhattan, and would have been elsewhere, for that matter. The demands far outstripped the benefits.
Advice to Management
Pay people what they are worth. Be up front with employees and don't lead people along. Demonstrate respect for individuals and sufficiently chastise those who treat others poorly.