Senior Managers/Directors in Entertainment, what is your TC and which company are you at? Curious who in the industry is paying more..
Ladies, a question, if a hiring manager for an opportunity views your profile, is it rude or forward to send a connection request?
Does flushing paper towels (white ones like bounty not the brown ones that basically writing paper 😅) down the toilet really ruin the toilet or is it a lie?
What has your experience been with attending therapy to help you cope with the stress of the job? Should I look for a therapist that specifically deals with high-stress workplaces?
In May, I learned that I would not be getting renewed due to COVID. I spent all summer worried about the future and what would happen if my diabetic husband got sick. I ended up getting a job out of state with a district and a governor that takes things seriously while my old zip code is a major NYC Covid Hotspot that the governor put under major restriction. I’m so glad I am where I am now.
I saw an NYC bowl that I thought was very helpful, so I decided to create one for Chi town. Post away anything Chicago related. Also share with your Chicago friends because sharing is caring.
Looking for help with some fresh/interesting insights around trust and the notion of trust? How has it changed over the last few years? Any brands that have played well in this territory?
Can I get my location changed , been 6 months in Delhi . For personal reasons needed to change my location
Which electric vehicle ETFs do you like?
Waze has been tried and true. Gets me there, warnings are reliable and routing around jams is wonderful. Just won’t go anywhere without it. Often zoom on routes my kids are taking just to be sure they are safe. Great app.
Can anyone help on the Capgemini Qualifier Test pattern, kind of questions. It's a 50 mins online test on Mocha platform mainly for fresher's it seems. Appreciate if someone can please share some details as soon as possible. Thanks !! DM if needed.
How to reason with your manager when she is unwilling to hire additional staff on the audit engagement and you are constantly overworked. Also the fact is there is available personnel who can help.
Loving this new bowl! Please share your favorite business books with me. Topics of interest are personal finance, career, entrepreneurship, and life-work-balance and joy.
Just a thought: Could we start a petition for LinkedIn to let us report recruiters who initiate conversations but then don’t reply back to us? Maybe they’d actually check our portfolios first.
What’s even lamer than telling your non advertising friends you made that commercial that was just on? Saying you wrote the strategy.
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Modify PDF so that it is right side up for partner who still doesn’t have a desktop computer at home. 0.1
HELP! I’ve been contacted by a small private security firm who wants me to be their “on call” counsel. They describe it as a lot of contract review, drafting NDAs, etc. but also being there if/when they need to license a vehicle, defend civil suit, etc. It’s overwhelming but sounds like a really great opportunity. I have enough background to be comfortable with contracts and litigation, but don’t want to get myself into a mess. Has anybody else ever had a job like this?
Do any of you have side-jobs or maybe hobbies that you make money from? Alternatively, what do you think sounds like a good one to look into?
What are some alternative jobs for JDs/lawyers? Editorial stuff? We know how to write. Idk (other than teaching and politics)
Trying to make the move to in house but most of my career has been litigation in various areas of law. I am trying to pick up some transactional work to get more experience. I am a quick learner and have no doubt I can move into more in house areas but it’s so hard to even get an interview to explain. Very few entry level jobs when I graduated and now can only get jobs in the stuff I don’t want to do anymore.
Just verbally accepted an offer to become the newest partner at a much bigger firm in town after 5+ years slaving for a smaller firm that told me they would only “let” me be of counsel (and pay rent equal to my current salary) or stay an associate. So long, late nights with no bonuses! Adios, screaming phone calls out of the blue! WOOOOO!!!!!!!!
I’m an associate at a boutique firm making under market with 1950 hours req. While I absolutely love the people I work with, and I can handle the hour requirement, the work I actually do is just not my cup of tea (abt 80% insurance defense). I’m hoping to lateral to a bigger firm with lockstep or close to lockstep comp and generally more resources/better mentorship opportunities in the business lit./commercial lit. space. Any tips for going about successfully making the switch?
Curious to know what other firm's bonus structures are, particularly those with 1900 billable requirement and below. Trying to figure out if my firm's structure is the norm or if the associates are getting screwed.
I’m a big law attorney and thinking about getting my real estate license (brother is thinking about the same thing, so we’re thinking to go into some RE investing together). Thoughts? I know my firm wouldn’t ever let me actually represent someone as an RE agent, so then I’m wondering if there’s really any value to me getting a license?
Does anyone have any insights on the culture/ workload at Milbank’s project finance team?
Any recommendations on relocating to Hawaii? I am registered for the Hawaii bar but currently based out of Los Angeles and practicing in California as a licensed attorney.
I have created a bowl for those who want to know more about their potential new firm - ask anonymously and hopefully someone within the firm will respond! Or we can help find the right person for you! Bowl name is biglaw offer - see you there!
Any tips on leaving a firm “correctly”? Was about to go “of counsel” with my firm of 6 years, but then another firm whose partners I really respect (and personally like) offered me a partnership position. I predict my current bosses will *flip* (cut off file access immediately, try to beat me to calling my clients, etc.), so how do I set myself up for a successful transition?
I’m a first year associate (I have been here a month and a half), what am I giving for Christmas to others in the office and who should those others be? Thanks in advance!
How much time per week does everyone spend in the office (not so much a billables question, just time in the office pre-COVID orders)?
Nothing like the named partner who you *know* is actively opposed to associate salary increases (despite living in a market where the COL has significantly risen and outpaced general inflation) telling you about how annoying it is to winterize her 4 mega luxury sailboats she has on her waterfront dock. 🙄
Tips for becoming more independent as you progress from junior to midlevel? I am starting to be put into the position of just having to handle things including drafting and could use some advice from others.
Any jobs out there that don’t require independent / analytical thinking? Really burnt out from thinking and would love to switch to a more routine position. Yes this is partly imposter syndrome talking.
Okay. Possibly a stupid question BUT Imma ask anyway.
Can someone just explain how you plan out how much to bill so you can make sure it’s not a mad scramble at the end of year? I’m moving from a firm where I was lacking in any kind of mentorship. No one ever just sat down and explained the most efficient way to track/measure your hours to confirm that you are on track.
Is there just a secret excel spreadsheet that all lawyers have and I just missed the memo???
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