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McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC

McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC Reviews

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McCalla Raymer Liebert Pierce, LLC is a law firm with offices in multiple locations throughout the US. The reviews of the firm from employees and attorneys are mixed. Many people praise the firm for its supportive management, good work-life balance, and willingness to accommodate employees with families. However, others have complained about the lack of transparency, unclear instructions, and low pay. Additionally, there are reports of difficult higher-ups and an overall lack of career guidance, which make it difficult for employees to advance in their careers. The California office also has few employees, which can make it difficult to build relationships and morale. Despite these drawbacks, the firm is still praised for its downtown location and friendly coworkers. Overall, McCalla Raymer Liebert Pierce, LLC seems to be a decent place to work, but employees and attorneys should be aware of the potential drawbacks before accepting a role.

"The worst law firm in America - stay far away" - Anonymous

- Reviewed on Mar 12, 2024

Advice to law firm management: Clean House from the top on down. You have the very worst lawyers from top down working for your firm. Clean up your act or ship out. There are dozens of lawsuits filed against this firm. They've lost the majority of them.

Pros: There are no pros. The Managing Partners are all lying thieves who steal from clients and laugh about it at group meetings. This is foreclosure factory farm. An assembly line of cheap suit drone like lawyers who do nothing all day but harrass underlings and threaten clients if they don't pay their bills. MRLP is nothing but low quality predatory lawyers who can litigate their way out of a brown paper bag.

Cons: We are forced to give one star here but they deserve none.
You can quit early on and still collect unemployment if you sign a nondisclosure agreement where you won't sue them or disclose their numerous malpractice issues.
Complete communication breakdown and lack of professionalism.

Partners to Avoid and Why: Too many to name but Geoffrey Milne is the most abusive. No one likes him. Most want to quit the moment he opens his mouth he's so rude and difficult to work for

Current or former employee?: Former Employee

Last Year at Employer: 2021

Job type: Full time

"My Brief Stint in Hell" - Anonymous

- Reviewed on Nov 08, 2022

Pros: The only thing I miss about this firm is the one chill paralegal who kept me sane.

Cons: The job, the pay, and the people. It was an awful experience, with abhorrent compensation, and a hostile work environment. I left after less than a year, but I outlasted many other employees.

Current or former employee?: Current Employee

Job type: Full time

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