What’s the word on Foley Hoag LLP?
Foley Hoag - will they match? They recently went full Cravath salaries before the most recent hike, so unclear if they will match.
Any insight into the IP practice in Foley Hoag?
Anyone know what the work culture is like at Foley Hoag in NYC? I hear they have an 1850 billable requirement but I want to get a sense of what the workload for associates actually is.
Does anyone have any insight into what it’s like to work at Foley Hoag in NYC? I hear they have a 1850 billable requirement and offer a decent work/life balance for big law standards.
Does anyone have any info on Foley Hoag in NYC? I’ve been invited to apply there and want to know more about the firm. Thanks!
What is it like to work in healthcare fraud litigation/government investigations? Type of assignments on investigation side? Hours? I’ve always been set on practicing business or real estate litigation and not sure making a switch to that practice area would be right for me.
Does having parents/family members who are attorneys give someone a leg up either in law school or in the first year of practice?
Does anyone have a dashboard or excel template for turnover/attrition where data can be easily “dumped” in for a beautiful display? TIA!
What are some best practices for handling an employee with dare I say, too much initiative? They tend to steamroll others and processes because they are so fast at their job and rather than taking a breather when done, start digging around for new projects outside of their scope. We value them but want to ensure others are given opportunity to thrive too.
Thoughts on Winston & Strawn (Chicago) vs Katten (Chicago) for lateral move as a mid level in m&a/cap markets? Culture? Quality of work? Watch outs?Winston & Strawn KattenMuchinRosenman LLP
Hello, We are a growing company of 250 employees. We are considering Performance Management solutions. I would love get feedback on anyone's experience with any of the below solutions? Kazoo Engagedly Perform Yard CultureAmp Thanks!!
Anyone else starting to sort of... adjust? I feel like I hit a turning point in early June where I started to accept this as the new “normal” and my mental health improved a lot. Looking back, the negative comments (even joking) I was sharing with friends a few months ago seem a little toxic now. Maybe we can be okay?
I recently started at a larger software company as an AE. As I’m getting more into the process, I’m finding things odd. Like, cold calls and emails are metrics I’m judged on more than closed won business. I know that’s part of the job but it seems strange I’m judged on it so heavily. And, I seem to be the first real outside AE hire as everyone else seems to have been promoted up from SDR roles, including all of my direct management. I’m questioning if I made the right move. Stick it out or look?
When drafting an MSJ is it better to address the ways that OC might overcome it; or is it better to just generally say why you’re entitled to MSJ and avoid tackling the finer issues that your MSJ presents?
I was laid off from a resource management role, working with employees approaching or on the bench, working with managers to staff projects, and support functions like report creation, scheduling, etc. Roles like this are few and many large consulting firms have frozen internal hiring. Do you think it would be beneficial to get a SHRM cert? Would that help get a "talent related" HR role? Worth the money? I have a background in recruitment as well.
How often do you respond to emails from law students who want to learn about your firm/practice area? I get like a dozen requests right around OCI every year. Frankly I’m tired of speaking to them and answering the same boring questions, especially if I know they have a low GPA and no chance of summering at my firm, but I do feel bad saying no/ignoring them
Anyone here a member of Revenue Collective? Is it worth it? What kind of value have you gotten out of it if so? Thanks!
I need help getting in the right frame of mind for my evaluation. I'll have my first annual review tomorrow and I'm anxious about what to expect even though all signs point to positive feedback. Starting a new job during the pandemic, it's been hard to read people I work with remotely and only just started seeing in person. I've forgotten how to strike a confident but deferential tone in a meeting, especially one where I'm being scrutinized. What if I seem nervous & they think I'm not confident?
Any thoughts on family law as a practice area? Got offered 110k plus bonuses with low billable hours requirement. I'm in Los Angeles. Not sure if I should get into it as a practice area though as I hear conflicting things. Any thoughts would help. Thanks
So other than money (which is obviously very important) what’s the incentive to make partner? Is it crazy that I just want to do my work and go home to my amazing family without the added pressure of running a business and managing others? I’m only a third year (in a new practice area) so maybe the thought of being competent enough to ever be a partner just seems unrealistic. 🤷🏼♀️
Does this get better or do we just hate our lives (and not have lives) until we leave the legal field altogether? Wondering if academia is better…
Litigators - any tips for preparing questions for depositions/examinations for discovery?
At what level can you start applying for top 10 mba programs? Senior or Manager? What type of work experience are the programs looking for? Can it be audit or tax or advisory?
Anyone have any success stories getting Marriott to waive their resort fees for Titanium Elite?
How to know when to jump from a small consulting firm to a big one? Besides culture are there any down sizes for making this transition. I don’t want to burn bridges with current client and company.
Make 70k right now and I work in trc as an associate and I’m about to eclipse the first year mark. If I plan to be looking elsewhere for the next opportunity and want to transition to MC, what comp should I be aiming for?
Legacy OTS here, I still can’t name one advantage from a personal level that I got out of this whole integration with Parthenon. Basically I didn’t get a raise, I can’t apply to any rotation program due to my level, there’s immense confusion, don’t work with my “new” legacy P colleagues who think they are better than us. How was your experience, Thoughts?
My GF just had an appointment with her gynecologist not too long ago they did not confirm she was pregnant. We went on a trip to Mexico and well.....(we had fun) when coming back she drank a Plan B now she felt that she might have felt that she was pregnant and she might has lost it, but I kept on telling her if they did an ultra sound and did not tell you right away that your were pregnant would you think that now that you were. I feel horrible about it. IDK what to do.... what should I do?
I’m 1 year out of college and have an interview next week. Can I use my college club extracurriculars for my behaviorals?
Guidehouse 🐠 : what happens if we go into negative PTO this year (since we’re moving to DTO next year?)
Anyone in Transaction Advisory Services at RSM as a Senior? What's your salary and location?
What are the common exit options for someone with prior experience in deal strategy and commercial due diligence at Big 4?
What got you fired or almost fired?
Can anyone share some insight into what someone should expect with the skills interview at Accenture?
I’m new to Canada. Wondering if you charge tax when you are doing freelance? For example, if your hourly rate is $30, do you send the client an invoice with GST/HST ? i.e. $33.9. Any insight would be great! Thank you!
I woke up at 3 AM with Sunday scaries despite being off this week. Decided to look back at pictures/quotes I’ve taken screenshots of over the years and have determined I’ve been stagnant in life for a solid 3-4 years. Sure I passed the CPA exam, made senior, then manager, but my satisfaction with my job and life has remained low for that duration. Every year around now I start looking to leave but never do because industry seems boring. Any advice? 🤦🏻♂️🤦🏻♂️