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Telecommunications Associate

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Organization Type

Law Firm

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Years of Experience

4-7 yrs required


Albany, NY

Date Last Verified

Dec 08,2017

Posted on

Jan 07,2015
Practice Area
Telecommunications >> Telecommunications
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Seeking a Telecommunications Associate with 4-7 years of experience with wireless telecommunication leasing and other real estate expertise.

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"A Standard inthe Industry"

Current Employee - Reviewed on September 02, 2017

Offering associates better bonuses and incentives would motivate some to invest more time and effort in some projects, including those that have nothing to do with legal issues.

Pros : This is a large firm. We take care of a lot of different areas of law, so I am able to learn a lot from my fellow attorneys here. The partners also make sure that we are able to interact with different departments as well to ensure efficiency in dealing with cases.
Cons : The pay and benefits can be a lot better. Even though there is a lot of room for promotions that lead to better salaries, I still kind of think the pay could be improved a little.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee

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