People are at the forefront of everything we do. We champion and support our lawyers and business services professionals, and work to uplift our communities.
A Commitment to Inclusion
We have long-known that a diverse and inclusive environment fosters unique and winning perspectives. Each day we foster an inclusive environment that attracts, engages, and retains the best possible talent.
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A Culture of Collaboration
At Foley Hoag, collaboration is valued over competition. We teach each other through mentorship with a goal to elevate our associates. The long tenure of many of our lawyers and business services professionals reflects the appeal of our easy-going yet serious culture.
A Sense of Community
We’re proud of our work building communities, both internally and outside the office walls. We honor both with volunteer opportunities, heritage month celebrations, team-building activities and more. No matter the city, we strive to bring a sense of community to all our offices.
Support for Each Other
From close mentor-mentee relationships and robust mental health support to professional development initiatives and active affinity groups, we find ways to lift each other up. Ask anyone at Foley Hoag and they’ll tell you about a real feeling of family.
The Importance of Authenticity
We believe in an open and welcoming workplace and invite all our employees to bring their authentic selves to work. Everyone is encouraged to get involved in issues they are passionate about so they may make an impact on matters important to them.
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