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Every matter I worked on … was met with a sense of purpose. Any law student would love this job.
Ramon Galiana, Law Student
There are so many people who are interested in mentoring, helping, and making sure I have the resources I need.
John Koss, Associate
The firm’s practice structures and financial management ensure that even during a recession, the firm is incredibly stable and productive.
Sallye Clark, Member
Working full-time at Mintz Levin and going to law school in the evenings, I am enjoying a fulfilling and busy life.
Chen Chen, Technology Specialist
It’s clear to me that the people at Mintz Levin really want me to succeed.
Rebekah Lutz, Business Development Specialist
Real world experience and exciting pro bono opportunities await you at Mintz Levin.
The opportunity to broaden your skills and interface directly with key clients is what you will find at Mintz Levin.
Join a firm that has successfully integrated laterals over and over again.
Your technical background will ensure you are a true partner with the attorneys.
By collaborating with attorneys, you will have the ability to positively impact client relationships.
In my experience, an organization can’t simply manufacture an incredible work environment and culture. It takes the right people — people committed to ideals like diversity, service, and excellence — to make a great workplace. My summer was memorable because these ideals are imbued in Mintz Levin’s foundation. Every matter I worked on, whether it was a pro bono case that changed a client’s life, or a corporate assignment that impacted a company’s future, was met with a sense of purpose. Any law student would love this job.
At Mintz Levin, I found a great group of dedicated and smart attorneys who worked hard while maintaining a fun and welcoming environment. As a woman, I was particularly impressed with how many successful and supportive female role models I found at the firm. Furthermore, the small summer class size allowed for in-depth experience in diverse areas of the law. I could not have picked a better firm with which to start my career.
Right away, I could tell Mintz Levin was interested in me as an individual and not just as one of the crowd. I interviewed with both Members and Associates, and everyone genuinely wanted to get to know me and why I wanted to work here. It’s a great firm with world-class lawyers in a broad range of well-regarded practice groups, but it is also a place where people know each other outside their roles as attorneys and actually enjoy working together.
Some students might be impressed by a flashy, hard sell, but I was looking for something more genuine. That’s exactly what I found at Mintz Levin. All of the attorneys I’ve met have been a pleasure to speak to, and I can tell they are happy to be working here. The firm attracts the kind of people they want: genuine, hardworking, and honest.
Prior to my interview with Mintz Levin, I had the impression that they were a firm focused on pro bono. After my summer experience, I can firmly state that Mintz Levin’s dedication to pro bono and community service is genuine throughout the firm.
I chose to spend my summer at Mintz Levin because I wanted to be a part of a smaller summer class while having the opportunity to work in a number of practice areas and to participate in the pro bono program. My impression of the firm was, and is still, that it is an incredible community — people are warm, welcoming, and enthusiastic about what they do.
I think the most important part about diversity is not just to say there’s a policy in place, but to back it up with support. As a gay attorney, that’s something about Mintz Levin that has always made this place stand out. I have always been supported here. There are so many people who are interested in mentoring, helping, and making sure that I have the resources I need. We value work and we value work ethic. That’s how we think of people here. And frankly, I don’t think anyone thinks of me as a gay attorney: I think they think of me as a good attorney.
I was in the Boston office for 3½ years, and then I decided for family reasons to relocate to the Washington, DC office. This is a very unique place, and for me personally, I had no expectations that I would be in a large corporate law firm for a very long period of time. And the fact that I’ve been here 10 years really speaks to the kind of culture that’s here, the type of people that I work with, and that I’ve been able to learn and grow, and at the same time do things that are personally important to me and get a lot of support in doing that.
I was attracted to Mintz Levin for many reasons. Notably, the firm’s practice structures and financial management ensure that even during a recession, the firm is incredibly stable and productive. As for the work environment, the collegial atmosphere was obvious during the interview phase, and within a week or two I honestly felt like I had found my ‘home.’
I joined the firm a year ago after working with the DOJ for more than 25 years. When I interviewed I saw that people in this law firm were different in terms of the way they treated their peers. I really enjoyed the people I’d be working with and their willingness to share their thoughts, ideas, and, most important, their clients. But I also came because of the firm’s depth of experience in certain practice areas, including litigation, health care, and white collar enforcement. Now that I’m here, I’m very impressed by how real all of that is. To me, this is just a great place to work. I could not have made a better choice of where to begin my second career.
I believe one thing that sets us apart is that we are passionate about who walks through our
doors every day. We have created an environment built upon mutual respect and trust — one in which everyone is made to feel an important part of the team. We work very hard but don’t take ourselves too seriously. It is amazing how productive people can be when they like where they work.
Before I joined the firm in 2007, I had worked with Mintz Levin lawyers on a few matters and was always impressed by their integration into their clients' business decision process. My experience since joining Mintz Levin has been consistent with those initial perceptions: in approaching the practice of law, as informed, involved and trusted advisors, my colleagues at Mintz Levin achieve more effective results for my clients.
I joined the firm in October 2008, after graduating from Harvard with my doctoral degree in chemistry. I was worried about making the transition from an academic environment to a new setting, but, thanks to the partners and senior attorneys who spent time patiently training me, it was much smoother than I had expected. With the help of caring colleagues, I quickly adapted myself and learned to apply my knowledge to the exciting field of intellectual property law. Now, working full-time at Mintz Levin and going to law school in the evenings, I am enjoying a fulfilling and busy life. Mintz Levin was a great choice for me.
After completing my PhD in Cell and Developmental Biology at Harvard, I joined the IP Practice at Mintz Levin. I was seeking a career where my scientific knowledge would be both required and valued. Working collaboratively with my talented colleagues to help our biotechnology and life sciences clients achieve their objectives has been a rewarding experience. I feel fortunate to be part of a firm that is so supportive of my career development, from sponsoring me to attend law school part-time, to providing continuous mentoring.
It’s clear to me that the people at Mintz Levin really want me to succeed. I started here as an assistant to the IT Department and within two years, with the full support of HR and the IT Director, interviewed for and was offered a position in Marketing. In my new role, I’m challenged and given assignments specifically tailored to me. And I’m still encouraged to achieve more.
As a corporate Legal Assistant working alongside a friendly, supportive, and accomplished legal staff, I am entrenched daily in complex and challenging business transactions. Having been a corporate paralegal for many years at several other major law firms in both New York City and Boston, it is easy for me to appreciate my current position at Mintz Levin. Unlike many firms, Mintz Levin truly values the time of its employees and encourages a healthy balance of work and personal life. In short, my decision to join Mintz Levin was one of the best I’ve made to improve my personal life and to further my professional aspirations.
It has been a pleasure to work at Mintz Levin for the past 24 years. Though I worked at other law firms, there is a unique atmosphere at Mintz Levin that is not found in other firms. I have been able to meet and interact with people at all levels of the firm and have never sensed any barriers. More importantly, I have always felt part of a team whose sole purpose is to provide our clients with the best legal services we can offer. Everyone pitches in and works hard and that dedication is rewarded. It is truly a great place to work.
I feel fortunate to work for a firm that attracts so many down-to-earth, open-minded, and smart people — and that’s at every level, from Legal Assistants, partners, paralegals, Associates, Managing Clerk’s office, HR, to our amazing Receptionists. It’s an environment that values open communication, creative problem-solving, and big-picture teamwork. To know that your work matters on a daily basis and that your peers share your commitment to produce the best product possible — and to have fun while doing it — is a great feeling.
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