Former Employee Client Liaison
in Raleigh,NC City, - Reviewed on September 12, 2019
Advice to law firm management: Allow someone to stay for longer than a year and grow, outside of the 2 you allowed because the 1 quit.
Pros: If you're wanting to get your foot in the door at a law firm, their client liaison position is where to start. Everyone is friendly, the work hours are great, including some availability to work from home 2-3 days a week. No one "babysits" everyone does their job well and gets the work done.
Cons: If you get hired, it's a temporary 1 year position, no matter how much you excel or take on to prove yourself.
Partners to Avoid and Why: Lisa Angel is the hardest to work with. She's still nice, but sometimes is more difficult than needed, refuses to make her own copies even if you're taking an incoming call as that's your biggest job at the firm.
Favorite Things About this Firm: Flexibility and people.