Records Clerk (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – January 6, 2016
A well rounded office. Good staff, Good management. Offers classes to further your career. My co-workers work hard to with one another and make sure we all succeed in our daily task. We're a well oiled machine.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – September 9, 2016
A typical work day at Husch Blackwell is managing calendars, processing expenses, entering time weekly, coordinating client meetings and handling clients needs and executing small and large projects for upcoming cases.
I've learned to advance my skills in MS Word, Excel, Power point, outlook, Adobe PDF and also your professional mannerism will take you very far.
We all work as a team
I will say that my goal while working at this firm is to get the job done to ensure the attorneys, clients and guest are happy with our services.
I enjoy working the staff and getting together for office events and outings.
Finance (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – August 22, 2016
The companies main focus is on number crunching and not quality work that is put out. Numbers don't tell the full picture of what's required of the employees. The work environment is stressful to say the lease and the department aren't team players.
Staff Member (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – May 21, 2016
Husch Blackwell has its benefits; the pay is good for staff members and there are nice perks like free meals and other events. There are also some very nice people who are dedicated to their jobs. On the other hand, it's also structured poorly and places too much emphasis on being a lawyer. Staff members are always treated like second-class citizens, no matter how much experience hey have.
Paralegal (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – December 3, 2014
The DC HB office cultivates a great work environment with a real focus on personal growth and team work. HB also boasts a fantastic internal training program for employees who want to better themselves. Additionally, HB gives outstanding employees recognition when an exceptional job is done, which is a perk. Note that the DC office is a satellite office, and as such has limited growth potential for staff members.