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Squire Patton Boggs follows the set of hiring criteria outlined below.
Applicants must have proven top academic achievement, solid writing and verbal skills, exceptional judgment and ethical standards and a team player attitude. Individuals who take initiative and are committed to finding innovative solutions to legal issues are usually hired. Considerable importance is placed on the assessment of professional potential through the interview process.
Patton Boggs has a long-standing commitment to the development and delivery of legal services to people of limited means. At the heart of Patton Boggs' reputation for energy and excellence is the firm's commitment to public service-it believes that lawyers have an obligation to give back to their communities. The firm also believes that pro bono work is good for the firm-community service fosters social justice, improves the quality of a lawyer's life, has a positive effect on legal skills and enhances professionalism. The firm recommends that all lawyers do pro bono work, and requires that associates perform a minimum of 100 hours of pro bono service per year. The firm has maintained its remarkable pro bono momentum by developing an incredibly diverse range of opportunities for its volunteers.