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Hogan Lovells
Main Office: 330 North Wabash Avenue, Suite 1900 | Chicago | IL | 60611
Phone: 312-832-4400 | Fax: 312-832-4444

Hogan Lovells

2010

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Chicago

41.50

2636

6.90

1833

2.10

Hogan Lovells Reviews view all

Reviewed on December 16, 2017

Be prepared and do your best and they will welcome you into their tribe. Just ask questions if you need to!"

Having been here for 5 years, I can say that this is definitely the best firm I've ever worked at. Lots of opportunities for promotions.

You'll have to work hard here if you want to make it; they have no room for slackers here!

Current Employee

Reviewed on October 24, 2017

Give more opportunities for advancement. Provide a better work/life balance.

I love it there because everyone is treated with respect. There's a sense of family at the firm. I have mostly great memories from this experience.

Hours are long and there is a lot of overtime. There is not much room for advancement.

Former Employee

Overview

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.


Practice Areas

Hogan Lovells practices law in the following areas and works with its clients to provide the best possible legal solutions.

Hiring Criteria

Hogan Lovells follows the set of hiring criteria outlined below.

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.

Pro bono

The Hogan Lovells' pro bono practice helps those without access to justice or the means to hire lawyers, and to meet the legal needs of charities and non-profit social enterprises. 'The goal of Pro Bono Practice is to attain excellent results for clients in need,' the firm believes.

The firm has a separate pro bono practice group, staffed by a partner and several associates who are devoted exclusively to providing pro bono legal services and facilitating other pro bono efforts by firm attorneys. In 2010, 78% of associates in the Washington, D.C. office averaged 107 pro bono hours each. The firm will credit up to 100 hours of pro bono work for attorneys who bill at least 1,800 hours annually.

The firm encourages individual lawyers to volunteer and bring potential pro bono matters to the firm.

Hogan Lovells has an internal Pro Bono Team Fellowship program through which lawyers not assigned to the Pro Bono Practice can seek extraordinary hours credit for large pro bono matters. The firm budgets 5,000 hours annually to support the work of associates in offices all over the U.S. on large and complex pro bono matters, in addition to the usual hours credit that is provided.

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Hogan Lovells Awards and Recognitions Write a review

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.

Diversity Write a review

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.

Working for the Hogan Lovells
Working at Hogan Lovells brings an opportunity to be a partner at the firm. Any associate working at least 67 per cent of full-time is eligible to be considered for advancement to counsel or partner.

The firm has two partnership tracks. Associates are considered for partnership eight years after law school graduation. Some associates are promoted to counsel before being promoted to partner. Attorneys working at least a two-thirds part-time schedule remain eligible for partner.

Seven associates and four counsel were made partner in 2009, while another five associates were elevated to counsel. The firm is known for its connections to both political parties, and in 2009, several partners left to join the Obama Administration, and former Senator John Warner joined the firm.

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