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|Year of establishment||1950||Number of partners||130|
|Number of offices||10||Partner to associate ratio||1.80|
|Biggest office||Phoenix||Percentage of women attorneys||30.20|
|Number of attorneys||225||Percentage of minority attorneys||14.20|
|Number of associates||74|
- Reviewed on August 04, 2017
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP is built on the strengths and reputations of strong legacy firms focused on client relationships and quality representation. Lewis Roca Rothgerber was an Am Law 200 firm created with the 2013 combination of Lewis & Roca, a leading Southwestern law firm founded in 1950, and Rothgerber Johnson & Lyons, a leading Rocky Mountain firm founded in 1903. Lewis Roca Rothgerber maintained a commitment to a high standard of client and public service, with a longstanding tradition of handling pro bono matters including cases such as Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966), in which John P. Frank, John Flynn and others, represented Ernesto Miranda in the landmark case giving rise to "Miranda Rights." Christie, Parker & Hale was a boutique intellectual property firm established in Los Angeles in 1954 dedicated to every phase of IP procurement, enforcement, and defense. The practice included all facets of patent prosecution (including utility, design and plants), trademark prosecution, IP litigation, licensing, IP strategy, copyrights and trade secrets; internet law and domain disputes.
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP practices law in the following areas and works with its clients to provide the best possible legal solutions.
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP follows the set of hiring criteria outlined below.
We are looking to hire law students from around the country with diverse backgrounds, well-rounded life experiences, and a demonstrated commitment to outstanding personal and academic achievement. The factors we consider in evaluating law students include, but are not limited to, previous work experience, undergraduate and law school performance, law review and other journal experience, extracurricular activities, professionalism, and contributions to the community. We typically hire students in the top 10-15% of their class with outstanding academic credentials and excellent writing skills. We also strongly value diversity, character, work ethic, creativity, leadership, and the drive to learn and excel.
Charles receives pro bono award for Southern Arizona
Woller recognized with prestigious 40 Under 40 award
Pro bono service awards presented by Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie
Congratulations to Jeffrey Albright who will receive the New Mexico State Bar's Distinguished Bar Service Award
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Partner Howard Cole Awarded by Human Resource Executive Magazine
Lewis Roca Rothgerber and 24 of its Attorneys Recognized by Chambers USA
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Attorney Anthony Cabot Recognized in 2015 Chambers Global
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Attorney Michael McCue Recognized as 2015 Client Choice Winner
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Recognized by Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada for Most Pro Bono Hours Donated by a Firm in 2014
Seven Lewis Roca Rothgerber Attorneys Named Among 5280's
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie's Summer Program is designed to provide an experience that is indicative of real associate life at the firm. Great effort goes into planning events that enable our summer associates to get to know us and vice versa. The work we give to summer associates is challenging and showcases the quality and diversity of Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie's practices. By providing you with a realistic view of the firm through challenging work, practical training and the opportunity to work and socialize with many of our lawyers, we try to give you the insight you need to make an informed decision to join us.
The firm's Summer Program is hosted in its Phoenix, Denver, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles offices. While our Summer Program is administered as a single firm and certain aspects of the program exist in all offices, each office creates its own experience for their summer associates by immersing them in the special culture and local flavor that living and practicing law in that community have to offer.