Brownstone Law
Brownstone Law

Brownstone Law - Reviews

4 Star Rating     3 reviews

https://www.brownstonelaw.com/ 
Main Office:
400 North New York Avenue, Suite 215 | Winter Park | FL | 32789
Phone: 407-388-1900  | Fax: 407-618-1511 

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- Reviewed on August 02, 2019

Advice to law firm management: Enjoyable people and great chance to explore new area of the law. Robert Sirianni is smart and a good example, but needs to give more feedback.

Pros: Worked on appellate court cases. Interesting cases and lots of work so if people are looking for work this is the place. Pay is good but there is little feedback on how to improve work product. People are nice to work with and lots of potential to do cases across the country.

Cons: Nice work environment but there is little criticism when it comes to work and submitted materials. Could us better system to learn to improve.

Partners to Avoid and Why: None.

Favorite Things About this Firm: Exceptionally challenging cases. Big cases and post convictions as well. Lots of different areas.

Current or former employee?: Former Employee

Last Year at Employer: 2019

Job type: Part time
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"Part-time opinion"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on May 15, 2019

Advice to law firm management: Please give more feedback to the employees. Keep the communication flow. Create Efficient Systems. Lawyers know all about the importance of documentation when it comes to their legal cases, but they don’t always take the time to keep a record of their internal business practices. Instructions for oft-repeated tasks like filing documents, contacting clients, signing in visitors, and scheduling meetings should be clear and easy to access for everyone on staff.

Pros: The cases are interesting. It focuses on appellate court cases. It is all about appellate cases. You have a lot of flexibility. You will run into a lot of motions you never hear of.

Cons: You have no feedback from the law firm. You just did your work, submitted it. They did not teach you how to improve, what part of your brief is good or what part is bad. You even did not know whether you have won your case or not.

Partners to Avoid and Why: There is only one boss, as I recall. The people are generally nice. There is no partner to avoid. I think there is no but I have not face-to-face communication with them.

Favorite Things About this Firm: It is quite flexible. The cases are interesting. It focuses on appellate court cases. It is all about appellate cases. You have a lot of flexibility. You will run into a lot of motions you never hear of.

Current or former employee?: Former Employee

Last Year at Employer: 2018

Job type: Contract

Length of Employment: Less than a year
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"Not good opportunity to learn"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on May 12, 2019

Advice to law firm management: More feedback including the result of the case. More constructive advice for the employees to improve. More communication with the boss.

Pros: Flexibility. It is not bad. You have access to a variety of cases. It is all about appellate cases. You will encounter some strange cases too.

Cons: You just wrote briefs and you have no feedback. You don't know what to improve. You don't know whether you have won or not speaking from the point of view of a student who worked for them part-time.

Partners to Avoid and Why: There is not a lot of people in this firm. It is small. People are generally nice. There is no partner to avoid

Favorite Things About this Firm: Flexibility. People are generally nice. It handled cases in a lot of jurisdictions. You will know a lot about different motions.

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Current or former employee?: Former Employee

Last Year at Employer: 2018

Job type: Contract

Length of Employment: Less than a year
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