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ProfileCorporate Debt Finance Associate
71 South Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60606
Current Employee - Reviewed on October 17, 2021
Consider offering a training course for new associates (or anyone interested) that is basically a crash course in firm economics, bottom-line incentives, unspoken and unwritten expectations for attorney development, etc. These things exist and are available, but a more formal, structured process will help retain associates and make them more effective, plugged-in members of the team.Pros : Typical biglaw resources, solid travel/expense/CLE budget for younger attorneys, good trainings, software and capabilities are far beyond what you'll find at a smaller boutique. Sophisticated clients and matters, interesting work. It varies by office and practice group, but on the whole, the partners are reasonable people with souls who actually care about associate development. Name recognition, etc. Basically all the typical AmLaw100 pros.