Reed Smith LLP

Reed Smith LLP - Reviews

4 Star Rating     3 reviews 
Main Office:
Reed Smith Centre, 225 Fifth Avenue | Pittsburgh | PA | 15222
Phone: 412-288-3131  | Fax: 412-288-3063 

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Reed Smith LLP Reviews

"Great Firm"

- Reviewed on September 25, 2017

Pay more in order to avoid turnover. Offer more training.

Pros : The lawyers are very intelligent and friendly. There are many resources and good benefits.
Cons : The compensation is not very good. There is a lack of opportunity for upward mobility.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee

"Great place to work for"

- Reviewed on June 12, 2017

Believe in your abilities and focus on your work. You can achieve great things in this firm if you work hard and show full dedication.

Pros : I have worked as an attorney at this place for more than seven years. At this place people are legitimately smart and always interested in helping you to advance your career. My supervisor is very friendly and always willing to solve issues I face. I must say that the environment is very work friendly at this place. The work-life balance is also satisfactory.
Cons : The firm is very work focused in its outlook and does not relax its requirements for anyone. I also feel that some IT persons are difficult to work with in the firm.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee

"Restructure Your Life "

- Reviewed on July 01, 2017

Highly recommend you restructure your paralegal unit.

Pros : My coworkers have always been my favorite part of working at this firm. They make for a really great vibe throughout the office. We have really wonderful benefits and 401K packages.
Cons : There is very poor structure here. The paralegal system needs to be readjusted. Even for a small firm the pay was substantially less than market value. This is especially frustrating when this firm offers no opportunity for growth or advancement. When I left this firm, I started at more than double my old salary.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee