Matt questions whether law firms would be willing to get anonymous feedback from their clients. While that’s an interesting thought, my take on this is to use it for getting associate feedback.
How many of you Big Law associates actually get to influence your own law firm? If you do get input, are you afraid to provide your honest thoughts? If you think about it, those partners hold your future in their hands. Are you going to tell them (to their face) that something stinks?
The great benefit of using The Gorb for this is that prospective associates can get honest feedback about the firm as well. Law students can see what real employees think about the firms with which they’re interviewing. Clients can even see if their law firm’s employees are actually content and happy.
It could be useful. What do you guys think?
[tags]matt homann, the gorb, law firm, associate[/tags]
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