Robins Kaplan Ranks 8th in The American Lawyers 2017 Midlevel Associate Satisfaction Survey

August 29, 2017

Minneapolis, MN—August 29, 2017—Robins Kaplan LLP® is ranked among the top firms nationwide for midlevel associate satisfaction according to The American Lawyer’s 2017 Midlevel Associate Survey. The firm is ranked eighth overall, scoring an average of 4.570 on a 5-point scale.

“We’re honored and proud to be recognized as a great place to work by our midlevel associates,” said Martin Lueck, chairman of Robins Kaplan’s Executive Board. “We have instilled an inclusive culture focused on training and development that reflects a shared purpose of excellence, community service, and a firm-wide commitment to justice, and we will continue to provide our deep bench of talented associates with top-notch mentoring and development tools.”

The American Lawyer’s annual Midlevel Associate Survey examines several aspects of job satisfaction for third-, fourth-, and fifth-year associates. They include compensation and benefits, training and guidance, interaction with partners and other associates, interest and satisfaction level of work, the firm’s policy on billable hours, and management’s openness about firm strategies and prospects for partnership.

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