At Perkins Coie, we are dedicated to our people and believe our employees are the heart and soul of the firm. We emphasize the importance of hiring, developing and retaining high-quality individuals that are driven to make a positive impact at the firm.

We are able to do this by creating and maintaining competitive programs while fostering a company culture that promotes diversity, respect, service, growth and recognition. We pride ourselves on providing opportunities to enhance our employees' skills, so that they may further their careers and achieve their goals. We look for individuals that are self-motivated, dedicated to providing value and superior services and, above all, people who have a high degree of integrity, professionalism and enthusiasm for their work. Our employees find challenging opportunities in a stimulating, supportive environment that encourages teamwork, fosters open communication and recognizes and rewards exceptional performance.

Accolades

Perkins Coie has been named among the "100 Best Companies to Work For" for 20 consecutive years by Fortune, 2003 – 2022

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Firm and Culture Overview

We believe that diversity of thought and experience will enrich our dynamic work atmosphere. We have created a company culture that is based on collaboration, devotion to serving our clients and mutual respect. New employees are integrated into the firm through our extensive orientation, new user training and mentorship programs. We are committed to a fair and equitable workplace where each person is a valued member of the team.

Perkins Coie is highly rated for the quality of its client service. This strength stems from two key factors: a strong emphasis on service that starts at the top of the firm and permeates throughout, and an extremely collegial culture that emphasizes collaboration in support of client needs. We have been named as one of Fortune's "100 Best Companies to Work For" for two decades!

Bill Malley

Firmwide Managing Partner Bill Malley spoke with Law360 about his views on secondments and sabbaticals, his plans for the firm over the next five years, and what he believes has made the firm a go-to for top technology companies. Read More