Interested in elevating your career? Learn more about the range of talent at Foley and how our attorneys and professionals leverage their passion and experience to make a difference for our clients.
Anne B. Sekel is a partner and litigation lawyer in Foley's New York office.
Foley's values come through in the work we do to serve both our clients and our people.
As part of the Foley team, you’ll be given the resources you need to help you build on your experience and advance your personal and professional goals.
Jay O. Rothman is a partner, business lawyer, and the chairman and CEO of Foley & Lardner LLP.
Our commitment to conscience and community — established by our founding partners and still a core value to this day — includes providing quality pro bono legal services that ensure every person and organization, regardless of financial means, has access to the justice system.
And, as is often the case, in giving we also receive: Our attorneys gain not only professional experience through exposure to areas of law, procedures, and clients not often available in their day-to-day work, but also a deep, personal satisfaction that comes from achieving justice for those who otherwise would have been powerless to protect their legal rights.
We know that mentoring and training are critical to your success as an attorney and our success as a firm. We are fully committed to developing and maintaining mentoring and training programs that help you acclimate to Foley, build your core skill set, and position you to compete effectively in a rapidly changing legal marketplace
Training - Foley is committed to developing and maintaining first-rate professional development programs that will permit you to compete effectively in rapidly changing world markets for legal services. Your professional development is a progression encompassing substantive legal knowledge, hands-on training, CLE, mentoring, evaluation/feedback, and career planning. Programs may be offered on a firm-wide basis or by department and/or practice.
Mentoring - When we hire experienced professionals like you, we’re hiring our future leaders. We want you to have a fulfilling legal career at Foley, which means providing you with the resources you need to meet your professional goals and achieve success. That’s why every associate, senior counsel, patent agent, and technical specialist is provided a mentor. In addition to building a trusting and meaningful relationship with you, your mentor will support your professional development by:
Because of the way our practices are organized and client matters are staffed, you also will have the opportunity to learn from others across the firm who share your professional focus.
Q. How do I submit an application?
A. We post all our open positions on our Career Center. For information on career opportunities and the direct submission process, please visit the Career Center.
Q. What materials should I include with my application?
A. You should submit the online application form and upload a resume and law school transcript. If you are applying for a position in our IP Department, we ask that you also upload a transcript from your undergraduate and, if applicable, graduate studies.
Q. May I apply to more than one Foley office?
A. You may apply to any Foley office in which you have an interest.
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