Buckley recognized as a Washington Post Top Workplace for fifth consecutive year
The Washington Post selected Buckley as a Top Workplace for the fifth consecutive year ── one of only 16 companies to achieve this recognition. The award is based on confidential and candid employee-feedback surveys that measure workplace culture and professional development opportunities.
“We are pleased to receive this award for the fifth consecutive year,” said Managing Partner Benjamin B. Klubes. “Since our firm’s inception we have worked to create a culture that fosters teamwork and collegiality, while delivering outstanding work for our clients, and this honor validates our efforts.”
Buckley was one of only 150 companies recognized as a Top Workplace, and one of only seven law firms to make the list this year. Buckley employees who participated in the survey praised the firm’s workplace environment, including the unique features of both large and small firm life.
Buckley continues to be recognized for its employee satisfaction and a culture promoting diversity and inclusion. In addition to this recognition, the firm has achieved perfect scores on the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index for four consecutive years, and has been recognized by Vault as a “Best Law Firm to Work For,” and by the Bar Association of the District of Columbia with its Quality of Life Award.