|Main office||555 Thirteenth Street, NW | Washington | DC | 20004|
|Year of establishment||2010|
|Number of offices||44|
Hogan Lovells is a global legal practice that helps corporations, financial institutions, and governments across the spectrum of their business and legal issues globally and locally. We have over 2,500 lawyers operating out of more than 40 offices in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and the United States. We combine broad and deep transactional and dispute resolution capabilities enabling us to act on the largest and most complex transactions and cases around the world, with an exceptional regulatory practice, and world leading IP and commercial law capabilities. Hogan Lovells exists to help clients with all their most important matters around the world. We believe that our ability to see business from all perspectives allows us to help clients effectively in today’s – and tomorrow’s – challenging business climate. We provide a partner‑led service to ensure the highest quality. Our commercial and regulatory work gives us the insights and business edge that complements our work on transactions and disputes. We listen to our clients, tailoring our advice based on a deep understanding of their needs. This, combined with our knowledge of markets and industry sectors, provides the foundation for our advice.
Areas of practice
Awards and recognitions
Hogan Lovells has been conferred with some of the prestigious awards and rankings in the law circles.
Some of the notable ones include The Times Top 50 Employers for Women and Dealmaker of the year awards.
The firm has won Three Prizes at The Lawyer Awards 2012.
Hogan Lovells won Three Euromoney European Women in Business Law Awards 2012.
The firm ranked in The Times Top 50 Employers for Women for the second consecutive year in 2012.
Hogan Lovells was nominated as Law Firm of the Year by Reactions Magazine.
The firm was shortlisted for Business Charity Awards in first year.
Hogan Lovells topped PLC Which lawyer? Insurance and Reinsurance Super League 2012.
It emerged as the dealmaker of the Year.
Hogan Lovells hires qualified candidates with outstanding performance. Superior academic credentials, particularly with respect to law school grades and class rank, and excellent written and oral communication skills, are required qualifications over and above the basic requirements. The firm encourages candidates with characteristics like demonstrated leadership skill, strong motivation, good judgment, the ability to work well with others, and an interest in community involvement.
The firm participates in job fairs and campus recruitment's. In 2011, the firm visited 10 law schools for campus recruitment's, while it participated in 2 job fairs during 2011.
Hogan Lovells has a comprehensive strategy to enhance diversity and ensure an inclusive atmosphere, which utilizes both top-down and bottom-up approaches. Diversity is an integral part of Hogan Lovells.
The firm provides work environment where people of all backgrounds and experiences can reach their full potential, regardless of factors such as race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation or disability. Women and other minority partners hold key management positions throughout Hogan Lovells, including serving as office managing partners, heads of major practice groups, and chairs of key global committees.
Summer associate program
The firm offers summer associate programs in its Baltimore, Colorado, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Northern Virginia, and Washington, D.C. offices. The summer associates are assigned work by an attorney summer coordinator and are expected to complete 10 to 15 assignments in various practice areas over the course of the summer. The firm also holds a summer associate retreat in its Washington, DC office.
The firm extended offers to 92% of its batch of 87 for the year 2009, while that followed up with 100% offers to all 58 members of its 2010 summer class. Hogan Lovells delayed the start date for the Class of 2009 to November 2009, and some members of the class of 2010 voluntarily chose to take a one-year deferral to pursue public interest opportunities. The firm anticipates deferring 38 members of the incoming class of 2011 to fall 2012.
Salary & benefits
Hogan Lovells's starting salary is $160,000. The firm pays this starting salary in each of its U.S. offices. The firm's unique bonus structure tends to benefit those who bill in the 2,000-hour range, but it does not provide much incentive to those associates who bill far above that level.
The firm offers benefits such as subsidized cafeteria and an on-site subsidized backup childcare in the Washington, D.C. office, subsidized on-site gym memberships in the New York and Washington, D.C. offices, $5,000 of financial aid per adoption, iPhones, and a $1,000 laptop subsidy.
Hogan Lovells places great emphasis on the health and welfare of our lawyers. Our benefit programs reflect the firm's intent to strike a successful work/life balance. As we continue to grow and attract the finest lawyers in the law firm community, our comprehensive benefit programs help distinguish us from other firms in the market place.
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