Intellectually challenging. Demanding, but rewarding work. Sometimes stressful. Smart and interesting coworkers. Regular office hours. These are some of the typical ways in which mutual fund attorneys describe their work environment, although job settings vary by the size and type of company, the firm’s specific workplace culture (some tout casual Fridays and fun, team building events, while others offer a more formal atmosphere), and other factors. Those employed at large mutual fund companies or law practices are supported by a team of paralegals, legal secretaries, and administrative professionals. Since the potential for litigation is part of any legal career, attorneys should expect to occasionally travel to court to represent their clients during legal proceedings.
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