• What It's Like To Work At Gardere
  • Laterals

    Gardere was very supportive during our team’s move to the Firm. When we arrived, we felt so welcome by everyone we met. Many people (both attorneys and staff) approached us in the first few days to introduce themselves and offer their assistance. We didn’t know what to expect when we arrived, but we were pleasantly surprised!

  • Law Students

    “My decision to join the Gardere team is one that I am proud of every day because that is exactly what the Firm is: a team. The intelligent and experienced individuals with whom I work have taught me so much in my short time here, and I constantly look forward to what they will teach me next. As the Firm continues to grow and expand, it is clear that the demonstrated commitment to doing the most for every client does not mean sacrificing the type of work-life balance and camaraderie that led me to choose Gardere.” 

  • Administrative Professionals

    In the five years that I have been with the Gardere family, my impression of the ideal job has been molded and solidified by the amazing culture and selfless camaraderie that is widespread throughout the Firm. With numerous opportunities for advancement and a wealth of accessible training tailored to each person, I consider ourselves to be amongst the most fortunate and well taken care of individuals in the field of law.

    Joshua Story, Special Services Coordinator, Austin


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