Ccr Legal Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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The Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) is a progressive non-profit legal advocacy organization based in New York City, New York, in the United States. It was founded in 1966 by Arthur Kinoy, William Kunstler and others particularly to support activists in implementation of civil rights legislation and achieve social justice.


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Paralegal (Former Employee) says

"This is a terrible place to work at. The boss is very sexist. He values men more over females. The interview questions are absurd and illegal to ask. The pay is a joke. The one thing I did like were my coworkers. They really made working there worth it."

Legal Assistant (Former Employee) says

"The pay is miserable, Potra is a really bad boss he treats the employees very bad. Is a very stressful place to work at and you can get fired anytime. I do not recommend this place at all."

Legal Assistant (Former Employee) says

"The attorney has some absurd interview questions. The pay is extremely low. There isn't a whole lot of sense that managing cares for its employees. I wouldn't recommend working her."

Paralegal (Former Employee) says

"I worked at this company for over 2 years and stopped a few years back, so things might have changed, but I doubt it. The owner asks some very inappropriate interviewing questions which in retrospect should of been a red flag. He also would give morning religious devotionals and instructed his employees to discriminate against samesex couples, im not proud to have worked for this company Cons: Religious babble every morning, bad management, extra work outside the firms scope"

Paralegal/Legal Assistant (Former Employee) says

"I had an interview and my only wish was to tell these people “I do not need a job here anymore, just let me go”. They asked me a couple of questions they were not supposed to. (They say it’s for the purpose of getting to know you, but no one is supposed to be asking questions about political preferences, family situation, etc.) This place totally sucks. They should be sued for discriminatory questions"

Legal Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Devotion every day talks about religion"

Legal Assistant (Former Employee) says

"This office is a good place for those who don’t have much experience in immigration. The people are great but Potra doesn’t see or value your work. Unfortunately I saw many people be let go for no reason at all (people who worked here for many years). He hast trust issues."

Legal Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Good place to learn immigration law and apply communication skills. Also, a great environment to explorer your organization skills and refine them so that you and your team can carry out task."