Moving your practice can be a daunting prospect. You want the strongest platform and the best opportunities to grow your practice, but finding the right firm can be a huge challenge, and the professional risks are real.
The “right” firm means one that is respected in the legal industry and has business development support, access to firm leadership, and a culture that values cross-selling, team work, and creativity. Most of all, it means a firm that takes its lateral hiring seriously and really commits to making the new relationship work.
Please click here to view Epstein Becker Green’s Vault profile, which provides detail regarding the firm’s diversity and pro bono efforts and its culture. For example, Epstein Becker Green is ranked in the top 20 "Best Law Firms for Diversity - Diversity for Women," and was recognized for the integration of laterals on Vault’s “2017 Best Law Firms to Work For” list, ranking 15th.
Welcome to Epstein Becker Green.
We bring together some of the country’s most renowned industry thought leaders in our core areas of practice. Our attorneys have a cutting-edge vision for meeting our clients’ needs while exceeding their expectations. And we do this with an uncompromising commitment to client service and legal excellence.
Joe Lynch, Member of the Firm, discusses his career path and his return to EBG. See the full Career Pathways series.
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Founded in 1973 to serve the health care industry, our firm has extensive experience in this sector along with other industries, such as financial services, retail, hospitality, and technology. We have more than 250 lawyers across the United States, and our core practices include health care and life sciences; employment, labor, and workforce management; and litigation and business disputes.
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.