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Today 03:28 AM
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LOL no need to be obsessed with working with delisted lawyers. If you're good, you're good. If you're not, you're not. Practice will separate those who can make it and those who cannot.
But they can't practise after the 2016 batch
Today 01:18 AM
Unregistered Is there any tele chat for NUS grads to gossip and rant about grads from other unis/overseas unis?
Today 12:47 AM
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LOL no need to be obsessed with working with delisted lawyers. If you're good, you're good. If you're not, you're not. Practice will separate those who can make it and those who cannot.

Btw, these are the percentages of overseas grads in the most recent 2022 partner class in 3 of the Big 4s respectively (Drew hasn't announced yet). Can draw your own conclusions (if there's indeed any to be drawn):

WP: 1 out of 10 (10%)
R&T: 4 out of 9 (44%)
A&G: 7 out of 13 (54%)
Ya donít worry, if you are a gem you will shine in long kang too
Today 12:08 AM
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Which firm has the most delisted?
LOL no need to be obsessed with working with delisted lawyers. If you're good, you're good. If you're not, you're not. Practice will separate those who can make it and those who cannot.

Btw, these are the percentages of overseas grads in the most recent 2022 partner class in 3 of the Big 4s respectively (Drew hasn't announced yet). Can draw your own conclusions (if there's indeed any to be drawn):

WP: 1 out of 10 (10%)
R&T: 4 out of 9 (44%)
A&G: 7 out of 13 (54%)
Yesterday 11:08 PM
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Hey bro, we all work together here at this firm. Come join us since you are from the same uni. DM me.
Which firm has the most delisted?
Yesterday 10:57 PM
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12k
10charrr
No. B4 senior assocs at year 6 are already around 13k.
Yesterday 10:31 PM
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Anyone knows the exact pay for JP-1 and JP-2 ?

I hear itís about 15k-16k for a certain B4.
12k
10charrr
Yesterday 10:26 PM
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lf you think Big 4 junior partners aren't like senior associates too, I have got news for you.
Isn't the difference that JPs can take the lead on smaller (but still larger) cases, whereas SA's cannot. So they are still the biggest fish for particular cases, which contrasts with SAs who will always be (at least) 2nd chair on any case or deal.
Yesterday 10:25 PM
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lf you think Big 4 junior partners aren't like senior associates too, I have got news for you.
Anyone knows the exact pay for JP-1 and JP-2 ?

I hear itís about 15k-16k for a certain B4.
Yesterday 08:32 PM
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Want to second this opinion. There are many so called 'partners' out there, are actually senior associates. This happens for small firms where the partner title is just there for show. Their experience, comp and ben, workload r not diff from senior associates. Externally, they call themselves partner (as seen in their email signature)), but internally they r just senior associates
lf you think Big 4 junior partners aren't like senior associates too, I have got news for you.
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