Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

Sullivan & Cromwell LLP - Reviews

4 Star Rating     3 reviews

http://www.sullcrom.com 
Main Office:

125 Broad Street, | New York City | NY | 10004

Phone: 212-558-4000 | Fax: 212-558-3588

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Sullivan & Cromwell LLP Reviews


"A Superb Business Law Firm"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Dec 16, 2017

Advice to law firm management: This firm needs to consider raising the pay for their employees. If employees aren't feeling appreciated for their position then they will leave.

Pros: Sullivan & Cromwell were a very good law firm to work for. They trained me very well when I started and I really felt like I had a strong grasp on my position. They also work with you to further your career and have a lot of upward availability.

Cons: The pay could be a little better. Isn't great but isn't horrible either. Other jobs nearby pay the same and sometimes I don't feel worth it to have this position.

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"No Upward Mobility"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Sep 25, 2017

Advice to law firm management: Allow more opportunities for advancement at this firm. Let employees have a life outside of the firm.

Pros: The people here are wonderful, and the benefits are great. There is great support for pro bono projects.

Cons: There is no upward mobility or a career to be found here. The work/life balance is not very good here.

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"A Firm without a Soul"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Jun 05, 2017

Advice to law firm management: Care more for your legal assistants and micro manage less. Trust and reward youremployees, otherwise they'll have little incentive to stay.

Pros: A Firm without a Soul

Cons: Everything is tediously mechanical here. Management micro manageseverything and terminates individuals without mercy. There's very little room for upward mobilityand even if you put in work 24/7, you'd still have a high chance of remaining where you are. Thecompetition is stiff and most of the employees seem to be robots just trying to get throughanother day of misery.

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