Womble Bond Dickinson

Womble Bond Dickinson

Main Office:

One West Fourth Street | Winston Salem | NC | 27101

Phone: 336-721-3600 | Fax: 336-721-3660

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Year of establishment 2017 Number of partners 290
Number of offices 17 Partner to associate ratio 2.30
Biggest office Winston Salem Percentage of women attorneys 22.20
Number of attorneys 468
Number of associates 125


Womble Bond Dickinson is a forward thinking practice with the energy, drive and determination to keep pace with our clients and a focus on delivering the relevant services they need. Our lawyers and professionals have shared ambitions, common values and a flexible working style that combine with strong personal connections to deliver outstanding levels of client service across every office, every day. Collaboration provides a fertile ground for exploring new ways to better serve our clients, where we find new ways of working; use technology to drive practice innovations; and invest in our people to ensure we deliver high quality, cost-effective and personal service.

Practice Areas

Womble Bond Dickinson practices law in the following areas and works with its clients to provide the best possible legal solutions.

  • Energy & Natural Resources
  • Financial Institutions
  • Healthcare
  • Insurance
  • Manufacturing
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Biotechnology & Life Sciences
  • Private Wealth
  • Real Estate
  • Retail And Consumer
  • Technology
  • Transport
  • Logistics & Infrastructure
  • Ip
  • Litigation
  • Corporate
  • Commercial

Pro bono

Womble Carlyle has a long history of providing community service dating back to its beginnings in the late 1800s. Consistent with the Firm's long term commitment to community service, we have an active Pro Bono program in each of our offices. The Firm encourages its attorneys to fulfill their Pro Bono commitment by providing legal services to persons of limited means or to organizations whose purpose is to assist persons of limited means. In addition to Pro Bono work, many of our lawyers continue to be involved in a multitude of community service projects.

At the core of our Pro Bono program is the belief that law firms such as ours should be at the forefront of increasing access to legal services for the underprivileged. Not only does Pro Bono work provide a valuable public service, but it contributes to the personal and professional development of our attorneys. We are working to enhance the Firm's Pro Bono commitment and to create an atmosphere in which many of our lawyers will meet or exceed the Pro Bono goals set by the ABA and our local bar associations. The Firm has established a Pro Bono Committee to monitor the Firm's progress in reaching its Pro Bono goals and to ensure proper supervision and administration of the Pro Bono program.

Womble Bond Dickinson Awards and Recognitions

Financial Times Innovative Lawyer Awards Recognizes Womble Carlyle's Impact Economy Practice

Congratulations to Beth Gianopulos, 2014 Women of Justice Award Winner!

Womble Carlyle Earns Highest Possible Score from HRC for Protecting LGBT Employee Rights; Named a "Best Place to Work" for LGBT Equality

Tech Patent Attorney, Award-Winning Writer Andrew Spence Joins Womble Carlyle's Charlotte Office

Womble Carlyle's Sonny Haynes Honored as a Winston<40 Leadership Award Winner

Clint Richardson Named 2014 Lifetime Legacy Entrepreneur Award Finalist

Womble Carlyle Wins NCASP Vendor of the Year Award for Service to Staffing Professionals

Lex Mundi Honors Womble Carlyle with Marketing Award

Womble Carlyle Recognized in Legal Marketing Association's Your Honor Awards Competition

Russ Ferguson Wins MCB Pro Bono Award

Gemma Saluta, Georgi Yonuschot Win 2014 NCBA Citizen Lawyer Award

Nellie Shipley Judges Triangle Business Journals Real Estate Awards Competition


In principle and in practice, Womble Carlyle values and seeks diversity. One of the core values of the Firm is respect for the dignity of the individual, which necessarily embraces the differences among us. We believe that diversity strengthens the Firm and enables us to better respond to client needs. We have incorporated this perspective into our strategic planning. Simply put, the Firm does not tolerate employment discrimination in any form.

Summer associate program

In 2009, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC had a class of 28 summer associates. The firm did not report how many second year law students were considered for offers. The firm did not report how much it pays summer associates.

are split summers allowed? Yes

minimum weeks for split summers 6

size of 2009 summer class 28

males 17

females 11

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