Behr, McCarter & Potter Attorneys & Counselors at Law

Behr, McCarter & Potter Attorneys & Counselors at Law - Reviews

5 Star Rating     3 reviews

http://behrmccarterpotter.com 
Main Office:
The Sevens Building, 7777 Bonhomme Avenue,Suite 1400 | Clayton | MO | 63105
Phone: 314-862-3800  | Fax: 314-862-3953 
Email: aswyers@bmplaw.com 

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Behr, McCarter & Potter Attorneys & Counselors at Law Reviews

"Commercial Litigation and Personal Injury Law"      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on October 26, 2017

You have people with great skills, the knowledge to back it up and the drive to want to succeed, so find a way for them to move up and stay with the firm.


Pros : They truly care about their employees and want everyone to be happy and don't want drama issues. There is a relaxed family type environment with a lot of helpful staff and coworkers. The benefits are fantastic.
Cons : There is not a lot of opportunity to move to a new position internally and advance your career there. They don't pay as well as some other places, even though the benefits are very good.
Current or former employee? : Former Employee

"A Place to Develop and Flourish"      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on July 01, 2017

It would be great if more trust was placed in the junior associates and support. It's always great to have feedback from the top pros but people need to have room to make decisions for themselves sometimes.


Pros : While a relatively young and small firm, it's filled with lawyers who have enough experience and accolades to make your head spin. I'm very pleased with the cases and people I work with and even after years I'm constantly learning.
Cons : The firm shares the same problem a lot of similar sized outfits have in that the higher ups can involve themselves in every step of every process. This can be useful of course but also can rub some people the wrong way.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee

"A Silly Workplace"      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on December 16, 2017

Make sure to reassure people that it is okay to enjoy their work and to work on any issues that pop up for new people.


Pros : The rule here is to always enjoy what you are doing and to be happy with life no matter what.
Cons : Some people are overly serious and take a while to fit in with the more relaxed nature of this firm compared to everything else in their past.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee