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Any firms know for good work life balance? (Boston, litigation focused)

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Word on the Boston streets (from a recent grad and 1st year lit associate) I’ve heard are Mintz, HK, Goulston, Proskaeur, Ropes, maybe a few others. I’m at one of those and work life balance is decent so far, especially remote work policy.

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I’m at a mid-sized Boston firm as a 6th year and the work life balance is fine. 9-6 most days with one or two saturdays a month.

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Same OP! I want to hear where you’re at!

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