What are the Different Levels in a Law Firm
[00:00:00] There's an article that I would recommend reading by Harrson Barnes. " What Law Firm Titles Mean", and it's on BCG.
In terms of how to answer your question, in terms of a law firm, there are all sorts of different levels.
There's before you passed the bar, They're admitted to the bar, you're generally call the law clerk. And then after passing the bar exam you'd be called the junior associate or just an associate, and then you have mid-level associates partners and also council level attorneys.
So each of those people have a different kind of responsibilities and in terms of different law firms, some law firms do it differently than a lot of them will have staff attorneys. A staff attorney means that you're not strapped to become a partner if you do well. You're on different hour requirements. A lot of them will.
Contract attorneys that may be and that sort of thing. Hopefully that answers your question, but I would review the article called, what law firm titles mean. That could be okay.