Thompson Coburn’s Los Angeles office has received a top 10 ranking in the city-specific rankings for The American Lawyer’s Midlevel Associates Survey, which evaluates the satisfaction levels of third-, fourth- and fifth-year associates at Am Law 200 firms.
Named No. 10 of 28 Los Angeles firms ranked, the office’s top 10 ranking reflects Thompson Coburn’s growing presence in Los Angeles — the third largest legal market in the country — and our commitment to the development and success of our associates.
Nationally, Thompson Coburn earned a top 30 ranking in the Midlevel Associates Survey, earning high scores in the areas of interest and satisfaction levels of work; relations between associates and partners; training and guidance; and management’s openness about firm strategies and partnership chances.
Thompson Coburn also earned a high ranking in the 2018 Associate Technology Survey, coming in at No. 25 of more than 100 firms ranked. The technology survey asks midlevel associates to evaluate the overall quality of the firm’s technology, how well they feel they were trained, and how successfully they think the firm deploys technology on behalf of its clients.
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