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Junior Associate - Corporate M&a

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Jan 27, 2022

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Oct 14, 2021


Chicago, IL, United States

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Corporate >> Corporate - M&A
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Junior Associate - Corporate M&A
The candidate must have excellent academic credentials.

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K&L Gates LLP
70 West Madison Street
Suite 3100
Chicago, IL 60602-4207

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Current Employee - Reviewed on December 16, 2017

The firm should consider re-hiring the employees that it let go. Management should really work harder in identifying valuable employees to the firm.

Pros : A law firm setting which several benefits are offered to employees that are affordable. The firm has a system in place in which employees work together alongside staff and attorneys.
Cons : The firm has lost many of its employees because they have been let go. However, many of the employees were skilled and it appears that the firm made a poor decision in letting go of the valuable employees.
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