Anonymous User wrote:I didn't turn down my offer because I didn't like them. I think it would be a good place to work, but I have other options I am more interested in, and wanted to w/d as quickly as possibly to give others a chance. I am deciding between a V15 and a V5 firm.
The only thing that made me a little hesitant is that I want to do corporate and they are fairly specialized... the majority of their corporate work is in high yield offerings. they are the ebst at it but I don't know for certain that that is what I want to do. Other than that, I liked the idea of the free market system where you can really figure out what you want to do. Every corp partner I met with started out wanting to be a litigator and the litigation partner I met with started out wanting to do corporate. One of my big fears is going to a firm where I don't have the opportunity to figure that out.
Same here. If you want to do litigation or high yields, and like a free market system, you'll probably love it there. All the associates I spoke to seemed to really enjoy their work.