- Report: #973514
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Complaint Review: Farjami Farjami LLP
Farjami Farjami LLPMission Viejo CA Internet United States of America
Farjami Farjami LLP Farjami The Practice of law is a noble profession, unless you work at Farjami Farjami which is a 3rd world law firm. Maybe even worse, Internet
*UPDATE Employee: Fair Enough
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*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Read between the Lines on This Report
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I highly advise people to seek employment elsewhere....especially if you are a smart person with possible opportunities. It's better to work anywhere than here. Of course, the upside of working at this sh*tty firm is that any job you get afterwards will be better. This firm is a third world firm that will work you when you aren't even licenesd as an attorney YET. They want to keep you as long as possible and pay you as little as possible and threaten to fire you if you show any indication of leaving. They want to own you and make your life a living hell.
The partners work a lot and they make you work a lot...but FOR PEANUTS.
Please do not work at this firm...find another firm. All that I have said is the truth...I wish I had read something like this before going to work for this piece of you know what. Waste of efforts and resources. The cheapest law firm on the planet. A truly third world law firm...not from the developed world
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