Nearly 6,000 associates took part in The American Lawyer magazine's 2005 Midlevel Associates Survey, offering, among other things, a glimpse of what upper management and youngish associates think of each other. Sometimes it's not pretty. Are midlevels a bunch of "slackers," or is slavish devotion to a firm simply no longer worth it? Is anyone even listening? Plus: See midlevels' attitudes by locale as well as the best places to work.
Midlevel Associates Survey: Communication Breakdown?
The American Lawyer
October 3, 2005
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