I. We’re all in this together
You know some things, we know some things. Together we know a lot of things. We believe the best work happens when we don’t think of ourselves as a client and law firm, but as one big messy team.
II. Exceed expectations
We like giving people more than they ask for. More than they knew they wanted. Our standards are very high, and we work hard to exceed them.
III. It can always be better
We believe in a culture of continuous learning and improvement. We always imagine ways to get better, and work to find how to get there.
IV. Your (long-term) best interests
We believe in sober representation. We advise our clients on what they need to hear, not just what they want to hear. We know our clients rely on us to provide them with level-headed and business-minded advice, so they don’t waste time or money needlessly.
V. Penny foolish, but pound wise
We see value beyond money. That’s why we don’t bill clients for routine emails, phone calls and meetings. The net result: we get more information from our clients, help them avoid otherwise unseen legal pitfalls, and get to connect with them on a personal level.
VI. We like to go to work
We believe people do better work when they’re happy, and that today’s best talent is looking for more than being just another cog in the machine. We emphasize an enjoyable workplace and prioritize our team’s lives outside the firm.
VII. Make a difference
At its core, the law is about avoiding disputes between people when we can, and resolving those disputes when we can’t. The law (and lawyers) often get a bad rap, but we believe law can make the world a better place, and we make the efforts to prove ourselves right.
VIII. Evolve or die
It’s the 21st-century, but most law firms seem to be the last to hear the news. Not in our firm. We’re tech-heavy and constantly reevaluating our technological tools, updating them to ensure we stay as efficient and effective as possible.
IX. Way stronger together
Our firm’s structure is intentionally designed to encourage collaboration across disciplines. We’re competitive with one another so we can get better, not to get ahead of each other.