Law firm diversity can make a significant impact upon firm reputation with prospective recruits and clients, and many major law firms are working to ensure that they are able to report a diverse workforce at all levels.
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The tough job market means that fewer lawyers can be choosey about their place of work, but for those with options a ranking of best law firms to work for might be useful. And it can’t hurt the industry as a whole to
International law firm Sidley Austin is set to launch a new office in Houston. The office will be led seven partners hired laterally from other Houston firms including Baker Botts and Vinson & Elkins, and will focus on
Four law firms have made it on to the list of 100 Best Companies to Work For, compiled by Fortune. The firms to make the cut were the same four law firms on the list last year, with Alston & Bird ranked #24, down from
Tennessee-based law firm Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz is set to launch a new office in Texas after the acquisition of Houston firm Spain Chambers. Scott D Carey, the managing partner of Baker
Memphis-based Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz has boosted its litigation and pro bono practices with the hire of La'Verne Edney from a role as general counsel at the Mississippi Volunteer Layers Project.
Vault has released its “Best Law Firms to Work For” list – ranking law firms on the basis of associate satisfaction. The top ten firms from the list are as follows: 1. Williams & Connolly 2. Ropes & Gray 3.
Four law firms – Alston & Bird, Bingham McCutchen, Baker Donelson and Perkins Coie - have made Fortune’s list of the 100 top companies to work for. Here are Fortune’s rankings and descriptions of the firms