With the results of The American Lawyer's 2006 midlevel associates survey comes the realization that not necessarily every associate aims for partnership. But one thing that has stayed the same is the level of frustration. And though the lack of communication between associates and partners continues to be a major gripe, at least one firm has taken heed of last year's poor survey score to make improvements. Plus: Take a look at how smaller and midsize boutiques rank against Am Law 100 and 200 firms.
Midlevel Associates Survey: Firms Improve, but Complaints Continue
The American Lawyer
August 1, 2006
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