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How is an opinion post moderated as โ€œfacts contestedโ€. Is it even claiming to be fact?
Look, it's pretty simple - if you want to learn the law, he's a great guy. If not, then save him and yourself the trouble of applying. I've found him to be considerate, supportive and a good boss, overall.
Agreed. Most of the kids in LNL are used to work in a sarkari setup with no effort. They would act as cry babies
Have you worked in a sarkari setup? If not, kindly reconsider your opinion. Just because one might have a few more Gandhis in your pocket, virtue cannot be claimed. Everyone's starting point and goals are different. Introspect.
Nice joke! Learn the law is okay but at what cost, youโ€™ll die soon in few years if you over work, all your money will go in health care ๐Ÿ˜‚
So true. His minions (current team) won't even speak up. All the good ones have left already.
Why was my comment taken down? I thought the entire reason why LI was different was because it promoted free speech. That comment had received a bunch of likes. So it clearly resonated with a fair number of people.
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Last line of your comment... Have you been able to find a firm which is not toxic? If yes, please do suggest!

Law firm partners find some sort of sadistic pleasure in making associates work on weekends. [...]
.....and this is exactly how he built the largest team on the Luthra lit side (as a non equity partner) and the largest book on the lit side...
Agreed with all points.

Itโ€™s a very toxic place. Please join some better place and live a peaceful live.

Peace
That's a daft way of looking at it. Many law firms have partners with reasonable work culture and non-toxic environments. There are teams where people can leave at 7-8, still have a reasonable work life balance and make good money. Anything else is a leadership failure.
Iโ€™ve a lot of names, but taking names on LI would be wrong. For ease, you can safely assume the places and team where โ–ฎโ–ฎโ–ฎ of his associate โ–ฎโ–ฎโ–ฎ, shift to, and stay there for years have healthy work environment and reasonable partners.
When the fox ๐ŸฆŠ could not eat the grapes, what did he say โ€œthe grapes are sourโ€.

Eat- handle the team well

Grapes- juniors
Clients are first for any law firm. Itโ€™s the client for whom we work.
This is a fact. You get insane opportunities and exposure. Handling some great litigation matters, briefing luminaries, etc. Work hours are crazy, yet manageable if you have passion for litigation.
Paji has a lot of clients who only care about work product. He is good at it. All this cribbing about culture wonโ€™t affect.
Good place to work if you want great matters at hand, only caveat work flow is insane. One would need to be hardcore commitment to work.
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