Nature lovers, look no further: Beveridge & Diamond is consistently rated the top firm for environmental law, which is not surprising given that the first administrator of the EPA was a founder. The firm has literally helped shaped the law, and its expertise includes environmental law, natural resource law, land use, and litigation. Government and corporate clients alike reap the benefits of the firm's specialties in ADR, high-stakes environmental and commercial litigation, toxic torts, and white colla...
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Beveridge & Diamond seeks well-rounded, highly credentialed candidates with a demonstrated interest in environmental law. The firm has an inclusive, collegial culture, but the level of social interaction outside of work hours varies significantly by office. Partners treat associates as equals and teammates and are willing to provide feedback and mentorship when associates seek it out. Associates also get feedback through semi-annual performance reviews. The billable-hours requirement is manageable at 1,800 hours/year, and associates are pleased with the firm’s efforts to manage workflow via a committee. Some wish compensation was higher, but associates also acknowledge the trade-off of working at a firm that embraces flexibility and a better lifestyle. Bonuses at the firm ...
Borne of the EPA, Beveridge & Diamond has developed in symbiosis with significant environmental legislation throughout the last quarter of the 20th century and early 21st, giving its clients insider access to the complexities of environmental law, natural resource law, land use, and litigation. Government and corporate clients alike reap the benefits of Beveridge & Diamond's specialties in alternative dispute resolution, high-stakes environmental and commercial litigation, toxic torts, and white collar defense.
In 1974 a group of lawyers that included Bill Ruckelshaus, the first Administrator of the EPA; Henry Diamond (1932-2016), the first Commissioner of NYS Department of Environmental Conservation; and name partner Albert J. Beveridge III formed a firm ...
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