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See reviews for Kalijarvi, Chuzi, Newman & Fitch, P.C. from attorneys and other legal professionals below.
KCNF is a great place to build a career in employment and labor law. The work is fast-paced, interesting, and meaningful.
Attorneys are given as much responsibility as they are prepared to handle, and the firm encourages every attorney to take on opportunities to grow professionally and build a name for themselves in their fields.
The attorneys have a wealth of experience, and the firm fosters a culture where junior attorneys can (and do) approach senior attorneys at any time and receive their full attention and insight.
KCNF is a litigation firm, and litigation can be stressful. If you want to pursue a career in labor and employment litigation, however, there isn’t a better place to do it.
KCNF values Associates’ input about firm management.
The firm encourages work-life balance.
The attorneys stop work early on Fridays for happy hour.
Keep trusting new employees with responsibility and work, but the workload needs to be lightened, asits way too much for someone so fresh out of law school.
Working here is a great opportunity to gain experience not offered in law school, and I learned quite a bit.Helping those who have been mistreated is a goal of the firm and makes me feel good inside.
There is an overload of work at this firm.It is very difficult to invest the necessary time for the path of promotion. New employees are handed a large amount of responsibility on day 1.