Vault names Buckley a “Best Midsize Law Firm to Work For”
Vault Law, a resource for law students and laterals to research law firms, ranked Buckley as the sixth Best “Midsize Law Firm to Work For,” in its annual rankings.
Vault noted Buckley’s “prowess in the financial services sector,” “prestigious white collar practice,” and “collegial atmosphere.”
The firm received a #2 ranking in Pro Bono work, with Vault noting, “Buckley attorneys do more than just good work for their clients—the firm also believe in the importance of ‘giving back.’”
Buckley’s Co-Managing Partner Benjamin B. Klubes will join three other leaders of Vault’s top-ranked firms for a virtual roundtable on “Creating a Fantastic Workplace Culture,” on November 4. For more information and to register, please click here.
Buckley continues to earn recognition for its inclusive culture and employee satisfaction. The firm has achieved perfect scores on the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index for six consecutive years, was named a “Top Workplace” by The Washington Post for the seventh consecutive year, and received Mansfield Rule 4.0 Certification through its participation in a program that seeks to make meaningful progress in diversifying law firm leadership.