Overview

Introduction

Firm Stats


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Total No. Attorneys (2022)

50 - 100

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No. of Partners Named (2022)

1

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Featured Rankings

Top 150 Under 150


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No. of 1st Year Associates Hired (2022)

2


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Base Salary

1st year: $210,000


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No. of U.S. Offices

1

Associate Reviews


  • “Politically on the more liberal side; very courteous and professional; lawyers gathered during pre-COVID times by way of personal interaction groups inside and outside of the office; interactions are always pleasant.”
  • “COVID has, unsurprisingly, made socialization a bit more difficult, but we have a rock-solid ‘no jerks’ rule and are a fun, unpretentious, thoughtful, smart, and dedicated group of attorneys and support staff.”
  • “Prior to COVID, socializing occurred regularly. Since remote working, it has been much more infrequent, although everyone remains enjoyable to talk to while working.”

Getting Hired Here


  • “The firm is looking for solid candidates with strong legal skills as well as social/interpersonal and leadership traits. No training per se.”
  • “We are looking for candidates with book smarts, street smarts, entrepreneurial spirit, and business savvy (with the understanding that some of those items, particularly the latter two, may need to be cultivated once at the firm). Things like law school attended, grades, clerkships, and prior work experience help, but no one of those items is dispositive. The major non-negotiable item is personality—we have a firm ‘no jerk’ rule that it has served us well, and it's not going anywhere (but, to be clear, there isn't a specific personality type we look for, we just want attorneys who will be pleasant to work with).”
  • “We have been doing a bad job of recruiting/attracting quality candidates. I believe this is due to the lack of awareness of our firm, the growing disparity between our associate comp and BigLaw, and poor messaging of the firm's strengths. We've recently hired a few bad apples that either left of their own choice or were pushed out. Meanwhile, we need more associates. We don't have any training for interviewing candidates and the review process is cursory.”