Job Details

Advanced Media and Technology Associate

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Years of Experience

2-5 yrs required

Location

Washington, DC

Date Last Verified

Nov 15,2017

Posted on

Nov 13,2017
Practice Area
Entertainment and New Media >> Entertainment and New Media
Technology Transactions >> Technology Transactions
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Advanced Media and Technology Associate The candidate must have 2-5 years of experience. Should preferably have substantial industry knowledge in advertising, technology, mobile, social or emerging media, and privacy, and be able to help out across the department's transactional and counseling practice. Should have excellent drafting, writing and analytical abilities. Superior academic credentials and applicable State Bar admission are required.

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Review:

"A Decent Firm That Could Use Some Work "

Current Employee - Reviewed on July 21, 2017

The HR staff should be taking all complaints seriously. When that happens, the morale and attitudes will be better and no one will feel the need to make connections and back stab each other in order to have someone important listen to them and their complaints. This shouldn't be an issue if everyone didn't have a high school mentality.

Pros : In this firm, the people here all get along really well and work in a very professional setting. Everyone is friendly and willing to help with workloads, which is a huge asset. Along with the workloads, the hours I work are flexible and based on how much you are willing to work (hours and billing) which gives me a perfect work/balance life. Turnover here isn't bad; a lot of coworkers have been here for years.
Cons : The environment is fantastic on the surface, but below that is where we have all the problems. Although the firm is friendly and professional, politicking is a huge factor here. There are times when someone will go behind someone's back and accuse an action happened, when it didn't. The personalities here are kind, but the motives are always questioned. I feel like there isn't any trust here. Along with this, most complaints aren't dealt with in HR. The lawyers are also very quick tempered which causes a lot of stress for everyone.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee

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