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See reviews for Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP from attorneys and other legal professionals below.
Try to get people to deal with the problem people and get them to be more grounded if it would be possible.
This firm is the thing of dreams and I love working here. The pay is good and the work is amazing.
Some of the people here are a bit full of themselves because they work here but you can avoid them for the most part.
Come in with an open mind and a great work ethic and you'll have no problems at all. Just do your best!
Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP is a firm that knows how to get things done. Everyone is very helpful and supportive and I wouldn't leave unless I had to.
There's a lot of work to be done and it can get chaotic at times. The scheduling can be intense, but it's manageable.
My best advice is that along with hard work you must focus on networking also, as it will help you to advance in this firm. Do not keep yourself in the background.
This has the best firm culture I have ever experienced. A typical day starts and ends with a smile and the sense that I impacted my coworkers and community in a positive way. Everyone is open to share their knowledge and help one another grow- not only in their own areas of specialty, but to empower you in new ways.
Great law firm, but in order to advance it's mostly about connections you have, and not your experience/background. Management can also be out of touch with employee's and job function making it difficult for employees to engage in a time of need.