Following a “One Firm” model where lawyers frequently work across offices and across borders, Bryan Cave is a friendly, collegial firm where associates and partners get along famously. Lawyers take their work seriously but are also happy to socialize with colleagues both during and after work hours. In April 2018, Bryan Cave merged with Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP. The new firm, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, has combined revenues of over $900 million and provides clients with access to international practice and sector teams in 31 ...
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Bryan Cave is seeking candidates who are all-around all-stars—from grades to prior work experience to clerkships, and more. Candidates should be ready to respond to behavioral questions as well as their career goals. The firm has a warm atmosphere, and lawyers enjoy spending time together, and have nurtured their social connections throughout the pandemic with regular WebEx get-togethers. Partners welcome associate feedback and insights and offer a decent amount of transparency into firm decision-making. Hours can be unpredictable, with some associates noting they have packed schedules and others sharing they could ramp up more. The firm offers a range of wellness benefits, including yoga and counseling, which associates appreciate. Associates are mixed in terms of compensation, w...
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BCLP) brings enduring value to client relationships by combining the practice experience, industry knowledge, and market connections of more than 1,400 corporate and finance transaction, litigation and investigations, and real estate lawyers across 30 offices in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. ...
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner has established itself in the 21st century as an ambitious upstart on the global scene while retaining its historic ties to the Show-Me State. Today, the firm has more than 1,400 attorneys and other professionals across three continents.
Founded in 1873 in St. Louis as King, Phillips and Stewart, the firm became Stewart, Bryan, Christie and Williams through a merger in 1911. When Rhodes Cave joined in 1917, the firm took on the name Bryan, Williams and Cave. The firm launched a concerted effort at national expansion in the 1970s and turned its attention to overseas growth a decade later. It wasn’t long before Bryan Cave solidified its reputation abroad. In April 2018, Bryan Cave merged with Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP. The new firm, Bryan Cave ...