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|Year of establishment||1986||Number of partners||250|
|Number of offices||20||Partner to associate ratio||0.50|
|Biggest office||New York City||Percentage of women attorneys||30.50|
|Number of attorneys||829||Percentage of minority attorneys||11.50|
|Number of associates||506||Percentage of LGBT attorneys||3.00|
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Existing as a litigation only white shoe firm, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP is headquartered in Los Angeles, California. It is the premium business litigation firm in the United States known for its unorthodox style, hiring over 650 lawyers throughout ten locations in the world. With offices in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Tokyo, London, Mannheim, Moscow, and Hamburg, the firm is the largest firm in the United States that is only into business litigation. In 2011, the profits per equity partner were the second highest in the world. As premier business litigation lawyers, the firm tries the maximum number of business cases to juries. Quinn has the rare capability and willingness to see the matter in the right perspective and win. The magazine American Lawyer once described the firm as a "litigation tour de force." The firm was first established in 1986 by four partners John B. Quinn, Eric Emanuel, David Quinto, and Phyllis Kupferstein. The purpose of the firm was to be a litigation only law firm. It was joined in 1988 by name partner A. William Urquhart. Since its inception, the firm aimed to do away with law firm formalities. With the modest beginning of four lawyers initially, the firm began expanding in 2007, when it opened its first office in Tokyo. By 2011, it had established offices in London, Mannheim, Germany, and Moscow in 2011. On September 2011, the opened an office in Washington DC, the nation's capital. The firm is the first AmLaw 100 firm to have a female name partner. In name 2010, it changed its name to include Kathleen Sullivan, who is the former dean of Stanford Law School. Currently, she heads the firm's appellate practice. A major initiative regarding the firm's self image is the lack of a formal dress code. This self image extends into the corporate structure of the firm. What's interesting is that the firm lacks any formal management committees other than an advisory committee, which has been set up for the evaluation of contingency fee cases. The firm has seen impressive growth in 25 years from four lawyers to over 650 lawyers without absorbing or merging a single group. The firm believes in hiring great law school students who want to try lawsuits. The firm also believes that lateral hiring is good for them contrary to the conventional wisdom that it can be destabilizing.
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP practices law in the following areas and works with its clients to provide the best possible legal solutions.
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP follows the set of hiring criteria outlined below.
Quinn Emanuel seeks candidates with the highest levels of academic credentials. In addition, they are expected to possess excellent writing ability and high degree of maturity. Candidates are expected to take on responsibility early on and want to get into the courtroom as soon as possible. For associates, the firm made offers to 44 summer 2Ls in 2011. The firm also visits law schools to meet their hiring commitments. The firm visited 17 law schools in 2011. Some of the law schools visited are:
Columbia University Law School
Cornell Law School
Fordham University School of Law
Georgetown University Law Center
Harvard Law School
New York University School of Law
Northwestern University School of Law
Stanford Law School
UCLA School of Law
University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law
University of California, Hastings College of the Law
University of Chicago Law School
University of Michigan Law School
University of Pennsylvania Law School
University of Texas School of Law
University of Virginia School of Law
Yale Law School
Quinn Emanuel consistently ranks high on the list when it comes to awards and recognitions. It is one of the few law firms that does not follow the traditional law firm format. Nevertheless, it is a consistent winner. Some of the noteworthy awards and recognitions won by this firm are mentioned below:
Quinn Emanuel was ranked as the "Top IP Litigation Department of the Year" in 2010 and one of the top six Litigation Departments in the U.S. by The American Lawyer.
In 2012, Quinn Emmanuel was recognized as having one of the top three IP Litigation Departments in the country by the American Lawyer.
In 2012, Vault.com ranked Quinn Emanuel as 16th in law firms according to reputation.
Vault.com's specialty rankings position Quinn Emanuel at 6th in litigation and 5th in intellectual property litigation.
Quinn Emanuel won the "Insurance Group of the Year" award in January 2011 by Law 360.
In June 2011, Quinn Emanuel's London office "International Law Firm of the Year". Was awarded the British legal publication, "The Lawyer".
As regards to the summer program of Quinn Sullivan, it is designed to give summer associates a complete picture of what life is really like in the legal world. The summer associates get what they see. They get to work as part of a team on real cases. They are given the widest possible legal work experience. Participation in client meetings and witness interviews are the norm at the firm. During trials, summer associates work as part of the trial team and see the firm's lawyers in action.
Summer associates are also given work assignments and the assigning partners keep track of the assignments on a regular basis. Several programs such as summer mock trials, summer events such as dinners at exotic places, bowling, cooking class, wine tasting, dodgers game, and a tiki cruise party help summer associates to balance life and work. There also is a rose bowl party and an annual firm hike. In 2012, 57 summer associates were welcomed to the firm. A majority of the summer associates joined the firm from Harvard, there were others also from Stanford, Columbia, NYU, Berkeley, UCLA, USC, Fordham, Texas, Yale, to name a few.
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