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While a lot of people complain about long hours at firms, what are long hours like at your firm really? I am trying to compare objectively. How late do you work at least two-nights each week? How late do you work on the better days? When do you start office? How many full-weekends do you work each month? How many half-weekends (almost all of Saturday or Sunday) do you work each month? Please mention your law firm, are you in transactional (M&A/PE/VC), disputes, or general corporate practice or Other, and if possible your PQE range (1-3 yr/4-6 yr/7+). I ask because I assume there is a general variance in how many hours people are expected to work depending on practice areas and PQE. For eg, litigators generally work on weekends, transactional lawyers typically work long hours. Senior folks may be more efficient with experience and have more flexibility etc, so there may be some variance there too. Any inputs on other questions to ask and parameters to consider are welcome :)
Gaggar and Partners, Acuity Law, Panda Law, SPN Legal, Sharma and Sharma are some of the nice botique places with great culture

Tier 1s - Only trilegal. Very professional, no phone calls on the weekends (unlike lala firms) and good pay
Spn legal kha se agyi isme..ekdum C****** firm hai. No work no quality. Sab idar udar vale bande hai..pati patni aur woh Vali firm hai ye. Ye tier nhi tear2 firm hai.
Toh tu jakr karle. Best of luck. Fir met boliyo ki bataya nahi tha.
Kaam to hai. For whatever reason tumhe nahi mila hoga (reason may be genuine or your own incapacity)
Trilegal mein kab se weekend ko call nahiin aate... uska naam Trilegal se badal ke Sweatshop legal kar dena chahiye
Yeah 3legal, definitely more like sweatshop legal. I was getting called for work on weekends as an INTERN!!
Bullshitting karna hai to thoda believable karo.....no calls on weekend in Trilegal?what a joke
Gaggar and partners and good firm is like bail in first hearing in UAPA cases.
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