Job Details


Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Legal Staff

Date Last Verified

May 21, 2021

Valid Through

Sep 03, 2021

Posted on

May 04, 2020


Washington, DC, United States

Employment Type



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The candidate will be assisting with substantive legal work as well as administrative tasks. Play an integral role in client matters, and work closely with our attorneys to deliver preeminent client services. Typical tasks involve document drafting, organization and review, legal research, assistance with due diligence matters, and the general support of attorneys and staff members.

Company info

Nawel Moreno
Caplin & Drysdale, Chartered
One Thomas Circle, N.W.
Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20005


"Average Law firm with poor management"

Current Employee - Reviewed on July 28, 2017

Recognize workers who are unwilling to work cooperatively and provide disincentives to discourage such behavior. Develop a five-year outlook for the firm and set goals to achieve that vision. Measures should be taken to stop bullying at the workplace.

Pros : The best part of the firm is great location, great benefits, strong internal and external training available. Respectful people and good interdepartmental communication. However, some partners can be quite disrespectful and condescending no matter what.
Cons : The worst part is that some senior play Favoritism and politics. This should be identified by management and these unfair practices should be stopped. Work from home is also discouraged by management. I have heard cases of female sexual harassment and management trying to diminish it.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee

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