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5.Current EmployeeA great place to workAnonymous Employee RecommendProsLowenstein is a great place to work. During the COVID pandemic, the firm continually looked for ways to help employees, e.g., by issuing laptops to everyone and reimbursing all technological expenses we incurred while working from home. The firm's management, particularly Gary Wingens and Joe Palermo, regularly share the firm's approach to strengthening its client-focused culture, bolstering our community, and fostering employee engagement, while also protecting our health during COVID.ConsNone that I can think of.
It would be a good idea to give large bonuses out to people that are doing their best to encourage people to do their best.
The work here is stuff that most people wouldn't ever think of until it is mentioned and then they really wish that they could do that.
The pay here isn't the best all things considered for what we are having to do every day and the level of quality expected.
You should look elsewhere if you need to earn top dollar. But you will make good networking contacts here and you'll learn a lot, which will help your career down the road.
You won't ever lack for something to do. There is plenty for a new associate to do here including briefs, case law, and court appearances. Many associates crave this kind of solid experience of the day to day practice of law.
Some attorneys won't enjoy having to work so much for a rate of pay that isn't among the most competitive. They will see their colleagues making more at other firms, and wonder why they are still working here.