Anonymous User wrote:Anonymous User wrote:Anonymous User wrote:Anonymous User wrote:Interficio wrote:I assume that W&C has better hours, just because it's in DC, and Wachtell is definitely a firm with a sweatshop reputation. My classmates who summered at Wachtell frequently worked 9am-9pm (as summers!), and the actual associates stayed longer than them.
But, also, I'm just not sure why someone who wants to do litigation would choose Wachtell. Even if you wanted some link to SDNY, there are plenty of litigation shops there (e.g. Paul Weiss) that may give you more useful connections and experience.
Do you actually have offers at these places?
Thank you for this. Unfortunately, I was aware of the W and C process. I'm just trying to find out if everyone from my school has been interviewed yet! Lol
Yes, I have an offer at both firms.
Any chance you could clue us in on your school range? I'm waiting on Williams and Connolly post-cb.
W&C makes decisions after they interview everyone from your school. For some people it will be quick (if they were the last to go), but if you're the first, you could wait a little bit.
Thank you for this. Unfortunately, I was already aware of the W and C process. I'm just trying to find out if everyone from my school has interviewed! Lol