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See reviews for Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP from attorneys and other legal professionals below.
Keep your schedule open and do whatever you can to dedicate you time to this firm. They will make sure it's worth your time.
I've only been working with Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson for a year, but I can say that they are the best group of people in law that I've ever met.
The workload can be difficult at times and you will occasionally be asked to do overtime, but it's certainly worth it.
This firm needs to be more flexible with their hours. If employees are feeling burnt out from too much work then they will leave.
This firm created an atmosphere that felt very upscale and professional. The interior of this firm is beautiful and management really stresses the importance of working together as a team. I felt like part of the family with this company.
Unfortunately, this firm tends to have long hours most of the time, even during the holiday seasons. If you like working a lot of hours you won't mind, but if you do you will rarely see your friends and family.
Formalizing a training program would be of great benefit to this firm. I wish the partners would be more accessible and transparent, as well.
The best thing about working here is the support staff. They are incredibly efficient, knowledgeable, and great at their jobs. It's amazing how much you can get done with expert support staff. The office equipment is also very nice.
Partners are not very accessible to new associates and it's not always clear what steps need to be taken to advance within the firm. The training program could use work.