Foley & Lardner LLP

Foley & Lardner LLP - Reviews

3 Star Rating     3 reviews 
Main Office:
777 East Wisconsin Avenue, | Milwaukee | WI | 53202-5306
Phone: 414-271-2400  | Fax: 414-297-4900 

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Foley & Lardner LLP Reviews

"Great Lawyers"

- Reviewed on September 25, 2017

Organize the compensation and advancement better. Offer more support to staff.

Pros : The lawyers and staff are smart and educated. There is a great amount of personal development. I learned a lot here.
Cons : The compensation and advancement structure is very complicated. There is a lack of support from management.
Current or former employee? : Former Employee

"A Middle Ground Law Firm"

- Reviewed on June 06, 2017

If you are looking for stability with benefits then this is a great law firm to work for but if you are looking for variety and opportunities to advance your career then this would not be a firm that you would want to build a future with.

Pros : This firm has is a steady place to work for. They offer great benefits packages with a variety of offerings. The company is large so there will be plenty of work and there is never a question of if you will be able to get a case to work on. The company has a long history and will be here for the long haul.
Cons : The firm struggles with organization and communications. Upper management could do better with working with others. The office can also be somewhat mundane as you will get the same types of cases day in and day out. You will also be required to put in very long days.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee

"We're more than just a number"

- Reviewed on July 01, 2017

For the managers, be more involved in the work you put on your staff.

Pros : This firm offers really awesome benefits to go along with the great pay. I was excited to work at this firm because of the big name and the endless possible doors it could potentially open for me down the road. I never felt lost or confused with the tedious workload; we were given great training to prepare use for what we were getting ourselves into.
Cons : I felt underappreciated even when busting my hump to somehow reach their set billable hours. Management doesn't really pay attention to their staff, they really don't even seem to know what an individual is specifically working on; all they care about is if those hours are met.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee