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See reviews for Buchanan Ingersoll Rooney PC from attorneys and other legal professionals below.
There needs to be implementation of staff and employee ideas. The office should not be afraid of change and should push towards embracing the new ideas.
An office environment in which staff encompasses the quality of kindness. The staff works with you. CIO has an open door policy.
The office is filled with many of the employments devoting the majority of their work history to this office. There are fewer opportunities for experience and being able to submit new ideas since some people are set in their ways.
I would like to see management implement some guidelines to reduce the amount of small talk that takes place during the usual working hours. I would also like to see more attorneys working here as well.
The staff and senior level attorneys are A grade in my book. I learned the ins and outs of the field while working here as an intern a few years ago.
Some of my coworkers were very childish in terms of their behavior. It was hard to focus at times because they caused too much ruckus, which was very distracting.
This firm may be a decent starting point for a lot of associates. However, those who want some continuity in their assignments may want to keep looking.
You will definitely learn a lot by working at this firm. There is plenty of work to go around, it would seem. However, the firm does appear to have multiple practice areas which may or may not be areas in which senior management is informed and knowledgeable.
The work consists of a lot of paperwork (busy-work?) for new associates, who may not get a chance to go out of the office and into the courtroom or deposition chamber. The firm is also going through a transition in practice areas which may lead to confusion for associates.