Carney Badley Spellman, P.S.
Carney Badley Spellman, P.S.

Carney Badley Spellman, P.S. - Reviews

4 Star Rating     5 reviews

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

701 5th Avenue, Suite 3600 | Seattle | WA | 98104

Phone: 206-622-8020 |

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Carney Badley Spellman, P.S. Reviews


"Supports Child Rapists & Intimidates Victims"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Apr 18, 2020

Advice to law firm management: Don’t intimidate underage rape victims.

Pros: None, see title

Cons: From Seattle Times: “ If you succeed in getting colleges to revoke scholarships and thus prevent one or more of these boys from pursuing a professional career,” attorney James E. Lobsenz of Carney Badley Spellman, P.S., wrote Aug. 29, 2018, to the girl’s parents, adding that could amount to damages that “could easily be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars per child, and given the value of a professional career… could be millions of dollars per child.” “No one raped your daughter,” he added

Partners to Avoid and Why: James Lobsenz - see above

Favorite Things About this Firm: Will take your money no matter what

Current or former employee?: Former Employee

Last Year at Employer: 2019

Job type: Part time
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"Very Structured Law Firm"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Dec 18, 2017

Advice to law firm management: Management should schedule more weekly meetings and should not hold back in terms of handing out promotions to those that are deserving of one.

Pros: I have found this firm to be very structured and everything is very organized. Everyone takes their work very seriously and the pay along with the benefits are outstanding.

Cons: Work can be tedious at times. I have also found there to be a lack of room for advancement in the long term which is somewhat off putting.

Current or former employee?: Current Employee
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"A Solid Place to Learn"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Oct 26, 2017

Advice to law firm management: If you have an open schedule, that is great. Let them know and you'll have all of the hours you could ask for.

Pros: I was with Carney Badley Spellman, P.S. for just over a year on a temporary contract. It was a great place to learn new skills and make connections.

Cons: The scheduling was a bit chaotic, so I had to stay longer and come in earlier on certain days, but it was manageable.

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"An Organized and Structured Environment "   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Jul 21, 2017

Advice to law firm management: Go into this firm with a good attitude and engage with the other employees. You will be spending a lot of time in the office so build good relationships.

Pros: The firm offers a great compensation package. The firm itself has a great laid back atmosphere that makes it a joy to work for. The office is very beautiful and makes you want to spend time there.

Cons: Because this company prides itself on structure you won't be able to just come and go. You have a time that you start and a time that you finish.

Current or former employee?: Current Employee
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"Views for Days"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Jul 21, 2017

Advice to law firm management: If you're going to expect such an intense amount of work to be done, we should get paid for it.

Pros: This firm has one of the best views of Seattle I've ever seen. This big firm has a large number of attorneys practicing in a various areas of law. I learned bits of so many different practice areas, my skills and expertise grew immensely in the time I was there. The management is extremely helpful; they strongly enforce an open door policy and encourage anyone and everyone to take advantage of it whenever they need to.

Cons: For a firm this large and well-known, the pay is surprisingly low.

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