Teplinsky Law Group
Teplinsky Law Group

Teplinsky Law Group - Reviews

5 Star Rating     3 reviews

http://www.teplinskylawgroup.com 
Main Office:

800 LaSalle Plaza, Suite 2150 | Minneapolis | MN | 55402

Phone: 612-465-0320 |

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Teplinsky Law Group Reviews


"Excellent Representation and Work Environment"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Jan 24, 2019

Advice to law firm management: My advice to the firm would be to change nothing about the office atmosphere or the quality of the work they produce on a daily basis.

Pros: I have worked at this law firm for the past two years and learned more from the attorneys and employees than any other job I have ever held. One of Scott and this firm's many talents is bringing the best out in people - it is hard not to do well in this environment. People are extremely encouraging, respectful, and happy to answer questions.

Cons: I have not had any negative experiences with this law firm. Before working at the firm, I was slightly nervous to be working in a law firm but the staff is excellent at training in new employees and helping them adjust that it was a very smooth transition.

Partners to Avoid and Why: This firm is such a tight-knit community that there are no partners, or even staff members, to avoid. People are extremely welcoming and friendly here.

Favorite Things About this Firm: My favorite thing about this firm is that my family lives several thousand miles outside of Minnesota, but the staff here has become a second family of mine away from home. The work we do here is very serious and we are very serious about it, but our inter-office friendships are very personal and familial which makes working here productive, entertaining, and rewarding.

Current or former employee?: Current Employee

Job type: Full time
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"Perfect Work Environment"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Nov 15, 2018

Advice to law firm management: My only advice to the firm's management would be to continue to operate as they have been - no changes necessary.

Pros: My years working at TLG have been exceptional. From top to bottom, this firm is truly filled with the best people. Scott is a once in a lifetime employer. He clearly cares tremendously about his work, and this reflects in his management style. Employees are held to a high standard, but the firm's supportive culture fosters growth for those willing to work hard. Pay and benefits are competitive, and the work space is healthy, collaborative, and often fun.

Cons: Fortunately, my time at this firm has been overwhelmingly positive. The attorneys, staff, and work space have all exceeded expectations.

Partners to Avoid and Why: There are no attorneys to avoid here. Again, the culture is collaborative and supportive, and all of the attorneys are approachable.

Favorite Things About this Firm: One of my favorite things about this firm is the ongoing education that accompanies each job. I continue to learn from the attorneys, my colleagues, and the clients each day.

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Job type: Full time
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"Decent Firm With Issues"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Sep 09, 2017

Advice to law firm management: I would suggest that there be a fair way to get everyone to work on the longerand harder cases. I think by working together, it would really make it less difficult and help everyone be motivated to work.

Pros: The environment to work in is amazing. The staff is really helpful and cares about the work that is done at the firm. There are rarely any issues between the staff members and if there is they are resolved quickly. Everyone is really reasonable when it comes to workload and no one gets more than someone else. All in all, this firm is really fair to everyone.

Cons: The firm doesn't offer any benefits. For the amount of time and work that everyone does, I think that benefits should be offered. Every once in a while there is a case that no one really wants to deal with since it is more of a hassle kind of case and there will be more work put into it than normal.

Current or former employee?: Current Employee
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