Overview

Introduction

Firm Stats


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Total No. Attorneys (2021)

500 - 750

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No. of Partners Named (2020)

16

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Featured Rankings

Best Law Firms in the Midwest


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No. of Summer Associates (2022)

28 total (21 2Ls; 7 1Ls)


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Base Salary

Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Madison, Minneapolis, Naples, Phoenix,...


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No. of U.S. Offices

10

Vault Verdict

Associate Reviews


  • “Prior to the pandemic, the attorneys would socialize outside of work together pretty frequently. Things changed when we started working from home, but we've still made it a priority to get together about once a month for group lunches.”
  • “Everyone is professional but friendly, and everyone I have worked with has been excited to be showing up and working for the firm.”
  • “The culture is supportive. There are opportunities to socialize virtually and there is very little tolerance for poor behavior.”

Diversity at Quarles & Brady LLP

"Currently, five of our offices have female managing partners, two of our national practice groups are headed by women attorneys and one is headed by a male minority attorney. The Diversity & Inclusion Committee, whose Co-Chairs are Kimberly Johnson , Emily Feinstein, and Steven Hunter (a diverse partner), includes minority and majority associates and partners, Executive Committee members, the Recruiting Committee Chair, the Chief Human Resources Officer and the Director of Diversity as well as other key staff decision makers. The Committee..."

Getting Hired Here


  • “QB is looking for ‘non-traditional’ candidates and has shifted its hiring strategy in certain groups to be the right person versus the right credentials. I believe they've widened the net of what they're willing to consider as a suitable background. It is a very squishy process that doesn't really seem to consider any of the ‘traditional’ qualifiers. I have no idea where most of my colleagues went to school or if they were on a journal.”
  • “The firm values experience and personality. There do not appear to be feeder schools for my office.”
  • “From the perspective of an applicant the firm's hiring process was competitive: they were responsive, friendly, and made clear why one would want to work here. I have not yet been involved in the other side of the interview process.”