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On 12/18/2019 at 8:38 PM, advantagepackage said:

I interviewed with 6 large bay st firms during in firm week, 4 of them 'seven sisters'. I could see that some firms hired a certain type of personality, and or had a certain vibe, and you could also tell a lot by the firms interview style. 

I have a suspect for the firm you say had all the banter flying around, but either way, it doesn't make it any less, or any better than other firms. Some students like that culture, some don't. That why it's up to the student to see where they think they fit, and to not go to a firm just based on the name/prestige. 

I didn’t mean anything bad by mentioning that. I thought it was interesting because I didn’t expect coworkers to be that ‘comfortable’ for a lack of a better word. 

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