• 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

    “Gardere immediately stood out as my firm of choice after several interviews at law firms in Texas and on the East Coast. On my job search, I was looking for a firm that offered early practice experience for young associates, had a professional yet laid-back firm culture, and competitive compensation. Gardere provided all three. The firm places substantial responsibility on young associates and makes you feel part of the team. Gardere's culture is truly something unique and, in my opinion, a huge selling point of the Firm.”

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  • Administrative Professionals

    I enjoy working at Gardere because the job and work are interesting, challenging and rewarding. I work with a great group of professionals who encourage me to grow professionally, welcome my feedback, and regard me as an important member of the team. I feel respected and valued for what I bring to Gardere. At Gardere, we are all working toward a common goal of delivering excellent client service, and I am proud to be a part of the team.

    Linda Beem-Burns, Secretary, Houston


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