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Tucker Arensberg, P.C.

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Tucker Arensberg, P.C. Reviews

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Tucker Arensberg, P.C. is a law firm located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with three main groups: Litigation, Business and Intellectual Property. The reviews of the firm are generally positive, indicating that the attorneys are friendly and approachable, the benefits and office space are good, and the rapport with nearby attorneys is strong. The firm is not a sweatshop and the pay is okay but could be better. The work product is taken seriously and the environment is not cutthroat among associates. The firm does not hire right after graduation and only takes laterals.

However, some of the reviews were negative. There are reports of toxic management and coworkers, unbalanced work distribution among support staff, and a dictatorial and male dominated environment with no room for diversity. During the last downturn, layoffs of oil and gas attorneys resulted in lower severance payments compared to other firms. Additionally, there is an eat-what-you-kill mentality for attorneys, meaning that you must have a good sized book of business in order to make partner.

Overall, the reviews of Tucker Arensberg, P.C. indicate that the firm is a good place to work, but there are some areas that need improvement. The firm should work to create a more inclusive and diverse work environment, and to ensure that employees are adequately compensated in the event of layoffs. Additionally, the firm should consider hiring right after graduation, as well as providing more support to associates to help them succeed.

"The review of the Tucker Arensberg, P.C. was impressive." - Anonymous

- Reviewed on Jun 30, 2023

Pros: 4.0 Former Employee, more than 3 yearsNot too badAssociate Attorney in Pittsburgh, PA ProsPretty good firm organization and leadership, good payConsHopefully most people don't have to worry about this, but layoffs of oil and gas attorneys during the last downturn resulted in severance payments a fair amount lower than other comparable firms which also made layoffs

Current or former employee?: Former Employee

Last Year at Employer: 2022

Job type: Full time

"The source's upbeat comments about the Tucker Arensberg, P.C. sparked my interest." - Anonymous

- Reviewed on Apr 14, 2023

Pros: 5.0 Former Intern, less than 1 yearGreat place for an internshipSummer Associate ProsVariety of work across their three main groupsConsDo not hire right after graduation. Only take laterals

Current or former employee?: Former Employee

Last Year at Employer: 2021

Job type: Full time

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