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See reviews for Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP. from attorneys and other legal professionals below.
I would personally like to see management keep up the good work and continue to hire new attorneys and other staff members to help free up our hands when working on difficult cases.
Everyone here is very helpful and professional. Some of the best attorney's in the area work at this firm. I also have found the work to be very interesting as well.
Hours can sometimes be longer than I'd like but that comes with the territory especially considering that we have a tendency to take om some very difficult cases.
I would like to see a few new faces around the office (new staff hired) and I would like to see more frequent room for growth as well.
Staff, management, and front desk staff are all extremely accommodating and will go well out of their way to help both you and their clients. There are always interesting cases to be worked on, so work is never dull nor tiresome.
The room for growth feels somewhat restricted at the moment. I really would like to see work reviews take place on a more frequent basis, perhaps once every three to six months.
I think the leadership team should step away and stop fostering competition so much in the office. Let people do their own thing and the office will be better off for it.
The people working at this firm are great at what they do, and the work environment is very fast paced. People push themselves very hard here, and a lot of good work is getting done.
Sometimes the work/life balance can be a bit skewed. Everyone works very hard, but sometimes too much is too much. The leadership team fosters an aura of competition, which doesn't help matters any.