Paul Hastings is tops for quality of life


By Julia Duke

19 July 2013 at 11:51 BST


Paul Hastings is the best firm to work for in the US, according to Vault.com.

Going for work life balance Racorn

The firm took top spot after 17,000 associates contributed their opinions to the researchers of Vault.com about their places of work. Nor is it a sweatshop with the firm also getting number one place for fairness over hours. It knocked Williams & Connolly from first place last year to third this year  but the Washington  DC firm came was also awarded top marks in seven categories.Meanwhile Ropes & Gray, which holds the number two spot, was awarded first place for its formal training.

Best firms to work for

The following were among the top ten best law firms to work for:
1.     Paul Hastings
2.     Ropes & Gray
3.     Williams & Connolly
4.     Irell & Manella
5.     Gibson Dunn 
6.     Foley Hoag
7.     Patton Boggs
8.     Patterson Belknap
9.     Fish & Richardson
10.   Baker Donelson

 

 

 
   
 
 
 

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