Careers

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

    Gardere’s full-service capabilities, coupled with its international reach, provides the ideal platform to better serve my clients and to respond effectively to the broad range of legal issues affecting their businesses. It is an honor to be joining such a well-known and respected Firm.

  • Law Students

    “I had a wonderful experience as a summer associate at Gardere. I ultimately chose to join the Firm for two main reasons. First, the quality and wide range of projects I would be working on as a first-year associate were extremely appealing to me. I knew I would learn much more quickly in that type of environment. Second, the people at Gardere, from the attorneys to the staff, were all so welcoming and helpful, and that was exactly the type of work environment in which I wanted to practice law.”

  • 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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