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Lindquist & Vennum Named Highest Ranking Minnesota Firm for Mid-Level Associate Satisfaction


Lindquist & Vennum LLP has been ranked as the top Minnesota law firm for mid-level associate satisfaction, according to the results of The American Lawyer’s annual survey. This is the sixth consecutive year that Lindquist has held the top spot in the state of Minnesota. The firm ranked 17th overall nationally.

The annual Midlevel Associates Survey results are based on how third-, fourth-, and fifth-year associates from law firm offices worldwide rate their firms as workplaces. A firm's national score is the average of questions that summarize the firm's qualities, including the interest and satisfaction levels of work; benefits and compensation; relations between associates and partners; training and guidance; management's openness about firm strategies and partnership chances; the firm's attitude toward pro bono work; billable hours policy; and the likelihood of the associate being at the firm in two years.

“We are very pleased that Lindquist has retained the top spot for the state of Minnesota,” said Lisanne Weisz, Director of Legal Recruiting and Professional Development for the firm. “This is not only a testament to the high-quality opportunities that our associates are being offered but to the strength of our firm’s culture as well.”

The Midlevel Associates Survey was published in the September 2013 edition of The American Lawyer.

Duff, Christine
Communications and Brand Manager

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