Dewey & LeBoeuf, L.L.P.
Dewey & LeBoeuf, L.L.P.

Dewey & LeBoeuf, L.L.P.

4 Star Rating     1 review

Main Office:

1301 Avenue of The Americas | New York City | NY | 10019

Phone: 212-259-8000 | Fax: 212-259-6333

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Dewey & LeBoeuf, L.L.P. Reviews

- Reviewed on September 13, 2017

Advice to law firm management: Make the path to advancement a little more clear.Consider raising the pay or at least the opportunity for bonuses.

Pros: This is a great training program for new lawyers.The firm has an excellent reputation and this is a great place to start your career.You will get work on all kinds of cases.

Cons: The pay is less than what other firms offer.You will be working 80 hour weeks right out of the gate.

Current or former employee?: Current Employee


NEW YORK (May 28, 2012) – The international law firm of Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP today announced that in an effort to preserve assets and wind down its business in the most orderly and efficient way possible, it has filed for protection under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. The filing was made in Manhattan this evening, in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. Unlike most other Chapter 11 cases, this filing does not anticipate a return to business but rather a managed wind-down of affairs, followed by liquidation. Dewey & LeBoeuf expects the most significant portion of the process to be completed in the next few months. In the interim, the firm will be operating on a budget and according to a timetable to be determined by the Court.

Practice Areas

Dewey & LeBoeuf, L.L.P. practices law in the following areas and works with its clients to provide the best possible legal solutions.

  • Tax
  • Antitrust
  • Telecommunications
  • International Trade
  • Energy
  • Project Finance
  • Insurance And Reinsurance
  • Securities And White Collar Litigation
  • Intellectual Property And Government Investigations


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