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Re: NYC to 200k

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Jun 13, 2018 4:41 pm

If all you want is confirmed salary matches, just check ATL. Not sure why you'd be here if you didn't enjoy the wonderful discourse..

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Re: NYC to 200k

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Re: NYC to 200k

Postby minnbills » Wed Jun 13, 2018 4:48 pm

1styearlateral wrote:OK Thx confirmed autist.


Eh I'd rather be autistic than someone who uses autism as an insult

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Re: NYC to 200k

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minnbills wrote:
1styearlateral wrote:OK Thx confirmed autist.


Eh I'd rather be autistic than someone who uses autism as an insult


...really?

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Re: NYC to 200k

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OneTwoThreeFour wrote:
minnbills wrote:
1styearlateral wrote:OK Thx confirmed autist.


Eh I'd rather be autistic than someone who uses autism as an insult


...really?


haha nah, but it's not cool to throw it in peoples faces

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Re: NYC to 200k

Postby OneTwoThreeFour » Wed Jun 13, 2018 4:52 pm

It's just easier to have a discussion when you're not anon. I don't think abusing the anon feature is "autistic" or particularly annoying it's just inconvenient because it's hard to tell who is quoting who and who is responding to who. Just use your regular username, no one cares who you are in real life. We are all faceless nameless cogs anyways.

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Re: NYC to 200k

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Jun 13, 2018 4:58 pm

minnbills wrote:
OneTwoThreeFour wrote:
minnbills wrote:
1styearlateral wrote:OK Thx confirmed autist.


Eh I'd rather be autistic than someone who uses autism as an insult


...really?


haha nah, but it's not cool to throw it in peoples faces



Jesus Christ. Someone needs to shove these nerds into a locker. Shut the fuck up unless it's about earning more money.

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Re: NYC to 200k

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:02 pm

Quinn matched with bonuses. No screen cap because I don’t feel like it

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Re: NYC to 200k

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Anonymous User wrote:Quinn matched with bonuses. No screen cap because I don’t feel like it


Confirmed QE match

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Re: NYC to 200k

Postby yomisterd » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:04 pm

Anonymous User wrote:Quinn matched with bonuses. No screen cap because I don’t feel like it


the laziness typical of the middle class

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Re: NYC to 200k

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Anonymous User wrote:Idk why ppl get all bent out of shape about Anon. What's difference if I'm posting anon or as like donkeydick69? Would that really lend me more credibility? If so, why would I even care?


seriously


Because sock puppeting is a thing

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Re: NYC to 200k

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Anonymous User wrote:
minnbills wrote:
Anonymous User wrote:Idk why ppl get all bent out of shape about Anon. What's difference if I'm posting anon or as like donkeydick69? Would that really lend me more credibility? If so, why would I even care?


seriously


Because sock puppeting is a thing


This

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Re: NYC to 200k

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:11 pm

donkeydick69 wrote:Cleary just went to 200 for all Yale/Columbia grads. Others remaining at 180.

YESSSS. Yalies everywhere unite!

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Re: NYC to 200k

Postby alphagamma » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:14 pm

yomisterd wrote:
Anonymous User wrote:Quinn matched with bonuses. No screen cap because I don’t feel like it


the laziness typical of the definitely not upper-middle class

FTFY

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Re: NYC to 200k

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:14 pm

Now if only OMM would match already.

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Re: NYC to 200k

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:21 pm

Okay at this point, we need to ask what’s going on with the supposedly “elite” litigation boutiques. Where is the response from Williams and Connolly, Susman, Boies, and Munger Tolles. Any associate working at one of those firms has a resume that can run circles around anyone at Cravath or S&C. Those “elite” firms are getting SHAMED by Selendy and by Hueston Hennigan.

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Re: NYC to 200k

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:21 pm

Curious -- what is the most important metric in guessing whether a firm will/will not match? Profits per partner/lawyer? Gross revenue? Something else?

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Re: NYC to 200k

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Anonymous User wrote:Okay at this point, we need to ask what’s going on with the supposedly “elite” litigation boutiques. Where is the response from Williams and Connolly, Susman, Boies, and Munger Tolles. Any associate working at one of those firms has a resume that can run circles around anyone at Cravath or S&C. Those “elite” firms are getting SHAMED by Selendy and by Hueston Hennigan.


Not sure about the "run circles" bit but I'm going to bet that you're at one of the "elite" litigation boutiques you've mentioned.

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Re: NYC to 200k

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Anonymous User wrote:Okay at this point, we need to ask what’s going on with the supposedly “elite” litigation boutiques. Where is the response from Williams and Connolly, Susman, Boies, and Munger Tolles. Any associate working at one of those firms has a resume that can run circles around anyone at Cravath or S&C. Those “elite” firms are getting SHAMED by Selendy and by Hueston Hennigan.


lol W&C "elite" firm

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Re: NYC to 200k

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:23 pm

The real question is whether Wilson Sonsini’s Wilmington office is going to match. Indicative of where things are going in the future for Delaware-based biglaw.

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Re: NYC to 200k

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Anonymous User wrote:Okay at this point, we need to ask what’s going on with the supposedly “elite” litigation boutiques. Where is the response from Williams and Connolly, Susman, Boies, and Munger Tolles. Any associate working at one of those firms has a resume that can run circles around anyone at Cravath or S&C. Those “elite” firms are getting SHAMED by Selendy and by Hueston Hennigan.


lol W&C "elite" firm


It is relative to Cravath. It's way harder to get a job at Williams and Connolly than at Cravath. Idk about Boies, they seem slightly less selective than the other lot, but Susman and MTO are substantially more selective than Cravath, S&C, etc.

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Re: NYC to 200k

Postby OneTwoThreeFour » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:28 pm

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Anonymous User wrote:Okay at this point, we need to ask what’s going on with the supposedly “elite” litigation boutiques. Where is the response from Williams and Connolly, Susman, Boies, and Munger Tolles. Any associate working at one of those firms has a resume that can run circles around anyone at Cravath or S&C. Those “elite” firms are getting SHAMED by Selendy and by Hueston Hennigan.


lol W&C "elite" firm

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Re: NYC to 200k

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Anonymous User wrote:The real question is whether Wilson Sonsini’s Wilmington office is going to match. Indicative of where things are going in the future for Delaware-based biglaw.


Totally disagree. The real question here is whether Cooley’s Broomfield office is going to match. Indicative of where things are going in the future for Colorado-but-not-Denver-based biglaw.

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Re: NYC to 200k

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Anonymous User wrote:
Anonymous User wrote:The real question is whether Wilson Sonsini’s Wilmington office is going to match. Indicative of where things are going in the future for Delaware-based biglaw.


Totally disagree. The real question here is whether Cooley’s Broomfield office is going to match. Indicative of where things are going in the future for Colorado-but-not-Denver-based biglaw.


Going to disagree with you both. The real question here is whether Fried Frank’s Frankfurt office is going to match. Indicative of where things are going in the future for Frank-based biglaw.

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Re: NYC to 200k

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:32 pm

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Anonymous User wrote:Okay at this point, we need to ask what’s going on with the supposedly “elite” litigation boutiques. Where is the response from Williams and Connolly, Susman, Boies, and Munger Tolles. Any associate working at one of those firms has a resume that can run circles around anyone at Cravath or S&C. Those “elite” firms are getting SHAMED by Selendy and by Hueston Hennigan.


Not sure about the "run circles" bit but I'm going to bet that you're at one of the "elite" litigation boutiques you've mentioned.

Oh sweetheart. Top 1/3 at a T13 can get a job at S&C. At Williams and Connolly, Keker, Susman, Bartlit Beck, and MTO, you need a fed clerkship. You’re so wrong it’s not even fun to shame you.

The issue is, at places that require those kinds of resumes, how can the partners get away with being so behind market on comp?



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