What now has grown to eight offices and 500 attorneys all started in Boston during the height of the Great Depression: Two young Jewish lawyers who knew what it felt like to be excluded established a practice where they and others could practice law in a welcoming environment.
The heart of the firm is our founding partners’ guiding principle of providing excellent legal services in an atmosphere of mutual respect, dignity, and tolerance. This has been our foundation ever since we opened our doors in 1933.
Our eight offices might look different, but throughout the world you’ll find the same can-do entrepreneurial spirit at Mintz Levin. It’s our defining characteristic. And it’s our job to help our clients grow.
We hire people who are not only smart, but also nice to work with. Our workplace culture supports creativity and collaboration across practice areas and offices. Bringing talented people together in an inclusive workplace means more ideas and better ideas for our clients.
Our mission is our clients' success. Clients have the right to expect the exceptional from us — in service, value, and results.
|The Heart of Mintz Levin
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