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Chambers Associate Survey: “It's inspiring to see they want me to advance.”
Legal publisher Chambers and Partners each year surveys associate attorneys to determine their satisfaction level with their current law firm. The online survey is sent to first, second, and third year associates and asks them to rate their firm on the following topics: how happy they are, how stressed they are, their intention to stay at the firm, how much the work motivates them, and the firm’s value to them in their career. Chambers is widely viewed as the pre-eminent source for ranking the world’s best lawyers, and their survey results are used by many clients, recruits, and others in assessing law firms.
“At big law firms, D&I programs and discussions aren’t always pushed down to individual offices, but, my gosh, they surely are here!”
“Every person here is part of a smaller team within their practice group, like a family unit, which helps people keep connected with each other and the firm. It also enables teams to be more nimble and focused, so we don’t have to micro-manage.”
“The firm lets juniors drive the boat with pro bono so we have full autonomy with clients,” associates beamed. “Our managing partner, Jim Lehman, is very invested in pro bono so it’s definitely encouraged.”
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