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See reviews for Adams and Reese LLP. from attorneys and other legal professionals below.
My advise would be to have a back up system to follow up with paying clients.
I don't have an opinion.
The fact that no one has followed up in several months.
J Pringle was sent a retainer and just drained the funds with out any corresponding documents to say what the funds were used for.
Hire more women, period. The perks are decent but could be better. Consider implementing a more formalized training program for new hires.
The work is interesting and you gain good experience. Management is solid. It's a very friendly environment. No back stabbing here.
The atmosphere varies depending on which office you work at. Some are stuck in the old boys' club mentality. Being in the south is not an excuse.
First off I would like to see our firm expand its current office, since it feels very confined at the moment after we recently hired a couple of new staff members. I also think that we should start to diversify our work and take on more interesting cases.
There is plenty of work to go around so there's not much idle time, which is a plus in my book. There is excellent room for growth and starting salary and benefits. Everyone is very friendly and will help you at the drop of a hat.
Work can be quite dull at times. We don't take on enough interesting cases in my opinion. The office feels somewhat confined and overcrowded at times.
It's obvious that the leadership team really wants employees to be happy, but they seem to have overlooked the fact that money does matter to people. It's nice to work with great people in a great building, but that doesn't mean we want to work for low pay.
The best thing about working at this firm is the fact that the leadership team really knows what they are doing. They go out of their way to foster an inclusive environment and are always sponsoring team building events to keep morale high. Everyone is kept abreast of firm business, and people feel invested in their job.
In my opinion the main thing that needs to be addressed is the compensation. The high quality work environment helps to offset the rather low pay, but it doesn't make it go away. If the pay were better this would be a top notch firm.