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Offices & Dress

6.0 / 10

(based on 5 ratings in 2016)

2016

"Offices are a bit old and tired and the client rooms are not impressive. That said, we are moving next year, which will make a big difference."
Second year trainee, London
"We are soon expecting to relocate to a new office and everyone is very excited about the City views we will have. Our current office space is of a good size and each associate generally has their own office. The dress code is relaxed but you will be expected to dress formally if there is a client meeting."
Second year trainee, London
"The fact that our current offices show their age is negated by the fact that we're moving to brand new offices soon."
First year trainee, London
"I usually wear a suit with an open shirt and keep a tie in my office in case I need it. You can also get away with wearing chinos and a nice shirt. The London office is smart and in a good location (five minutes' walk from Moorgate station). It is a little old. However, we are moving to a new building (directly opposite our current one) in 2017, which will be an improvement."
Second year trainee, Buenos Aires

2015

"The office has an American feel to it. We are getting a new office soon and it will look amazing."
First year trainee, London
"While the current offices are old, I am looking forward to the move due to take place soon."
Second year trainee, London
"The office I work in is in a good location, but I think many would say the offices are a little tired. We are due to move to new offices in the near future which will be wonderful, from what I hear. The dress policy is very sensible, there is no need to wear a suit and business casual is fine. Suits should be worn for client meetings, and in general if you prefer it."
First year trainee, London

2014

"The offices are fine, if a little old now. The location is perfect, as the office is very well connected. There are enough local pubs, bars and restaurants to keep everyone happy on a Friday night. The dress code is very relaxed."
Second year trainee, London
"Dress code at Cleary Gottlieb Steen and Hamilton is business casual."
First year trainee, London
"The firm is in the heart of the City; the office is smart and functional, and all trainees have two computer screens. The dress code is business casual."
First year trainee, London

2013

"The office is practical, but there are frequent grievances regarding the lifts and temperamental air conditioning. The dress code, by contrast, is refreshingly informal and adds to the general culture of collegiality and openness here."
Second year trainee, London
"Good location, right by the Tube, and the mainline station. Nice kitchen areas, canteen cheap but not that great all the time. The dress code is smart/casual - often leaning on side of casual. Men tend to wear jumpers and trousers, women wearing dresses - not all grey and black suits!"
First year trainee, London
"Great location. Spacious offices. The client meeting rooms and facilities could be nicer."
First year trainee, London
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