Walsh is a vibrant firm doing complex, rewarding work with notable domestic and international clients of all sizes. Our attorneys focus on what matters most to our clients, and deliver high-quality, sophisticated legal services with personal attention. Clients look to us to provide steady guidance through complicated issues that can have far-reaching impacts on their businesses and lives. As a smaller firm, you can make a powerful difference not just in your career but also for clients, the community, and the firm.
We are excited about investing in the next generation of attorneys, whether joining from law school or as a lateral attorney, to help us grow. We emphasize the professional development, mentoring, and training of new lawyers into leaders. As an entrepreneurial, collaborative firm, we encourage your input, your contribution to practice area growth, client focus, and more—if you have ideas, we are listening.
We are committed to diversity in both policy and action. As a majority women-owned firm, we offer a diverse organization of the highest caliber with an esteemed team of professionals dedicated to working creatively and collaboratively. We work to advance empowerment at all levels both within and outside the firm, to ensure clients from all backgrounds feel confident in our representation, and to provide the high quality and level of supplier diversity corporations require. We will continue to build a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills to provide our clients with exceptional legal services.
We actively participate in and support local community organizations and events. Our attorneys hold leadership positions in national, state, and county bar associations, serve on numerous judicial and private corporate committees, and volunteer on the boards of numerous non-profit organizations that work in the public interest. Our attorneys also serve pro bono clients in a wide range of matters.
We do not just accept difference—it is one of our core values. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and an affirmative action employer, offering opportunity without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.