Epstein Becker Green (EBG) is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to attracting, developing, and retaining the highest caliber of attorneys and staff members.
We encourage the professional development of all our employees by providing training opportunities, hands-on work experience, mentoring, and pro bono opportunities.
To support this goal, the firm has established educational training programs, EBG Academy and EBG University, which provide in-house training and other types of professional development opportunities. These programs enable EBG attorneys to learn necessary legal and practical skills as well as acquire a substantive knowledge of the firm's practice areas and build critical business development skills. The firm has also rolled out an Associate Shadowing Program that provides an opportunity for Associates to earn billable hour credit while observing or participating in important client service related activities that cannot be billed to a client.
At EBG, we believe that mentors can contribute enormously to the success of an attorney's career and satisfaction. The purpose of the mentoring program is to ensure that every attorney is oriented and integrated into the firm's culture and work environment, has an opportunity to form new peer connections, and can build on already existing relationships in an effort to maximize professional growth.
EBG's mentees and mentors are paired based on sensitivities to individual needs. Our goal is to create an atmosphere that fosters productivity and advancement and helps our attorneys achieve their career goals.
Work/Life Integration Resource
At Epstein Becker Green, we encourage our employees to maintain a healthy work/life balance. Our Work/Life Integration Resource provides flexibility to help employees manage challenging professional responsibilities while attending to loved ones and personal matters.
Empowering Women at the Firm
Epstein Becker Green recognizes the importance of women attorneys and continually strives to increase the number of women attorneys at the firm and to promote their advancement. Our Women's Initiative, launched in 2002, provides unique opportunities inside and outside the office to network, share information, acquire new skills, and develop rewarding professional relationships.
As just one of many examples of our dedication to our women attorneys and their pursuit of their passions, Jennifer Gefsky, Member of the Firm, wrote the following acknowledgment in her fall 2019 book Your Turn – Careers, Kids & Comebacks: A Working Mother’s Guide: “I would also like to thank Epstein Becker Green for creating a culture where female lawyers (many of whom also happen to be mothers) are supported and therefore able to succeed, both at work and at home.”
Equal Employment Opportunity
Epstein Becker Green is an equal opportunity employer. It is our firm’s policy to recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote without regard to race, religion, creed, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, disability, genetic information, or any other category protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws.