Anonymous User wrote:Ok now this is just getting silly. Anon makes completely unverified claim about associates being let go and then we find one article out of a whole directory dealing with layoffs from back in 2009 across all firms.
Listen, I'm all for looking critically at a firm but this is getting ridiculous.
Yeah, like there are firms with serious financial problems, whose work is slowing down and are giving clients huge discounts to keep business, some of which are getting positive comments on TLS -- and yet it's Quinn gets a thread full of flack.
Look, there are some pretty shitty things about Quinn. But there are some really good things too. A lot of the shitty vs. good is a personality issue, like whether you care what the offices look like or the importance of formal training. When someone has a Quinn offer, there are no right and wrong answers, just a question of fit in different environments.
Also, it's important to note that a lot of the most polarizing opinions are about Quinn NYC, which really is an outlier in the New York market. In California, Quinn is much more similar to other big CA firms.