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See reviews for Shartsis Friese LLP from attorneys and other legal professionals below.
Stay on top of your work and double check everything. It's important to stay on track with what your work assignment is for that week because at times it can get convoluted. Overall, this is a great firm to work with and begin your career.
It was a pleasure working at this firm with a great staff that put the employees first. They are very accommodating with personal schedules which help with balancing work and life activities. Office spaces are large enough so that you don't feel cramped or congested.
The workload doesn't seem to be too organized here. At times it seems like you are not delegated to the correct case or assignment. It gets even messier trying to find a solution to these problems.
Have more respect for employees. Increase the compensation.
The staff is great to work with. The environment is professional and innovative. There is room for growth.
Not all of the work was interesting. The salary needs improvement. Employees aren't always treated with respect.
Firmer policies and more introspection on behalf of the firm's leadership may help manage employee and staff expectations. However, given its size and prestige, the firm already has a winning model.
Shartsis Friese LLP is a mid-sized firm that offers opportunities to become engaged in client contact early and often. The firm encourages junior attorneys to develop their own book of business and fosters opportunities for business generation. The partners are highly intelligent and are leaders in their respective fields.
This firm does not have a "big law" training program for junior attorneys. Generally, both staff and attorneys that do well here are they types of individuals that seek out learning opportunities through informal mentorship and by asking questions. Those who expect training and feedback without asking for it rarely thrive here.