Recognized as a Top 100 Firm For Minority Attorneys, 2016 by Law360.
Awarded a Certificate of Merit (Good Partner in the Community) at the 2016 Via Bona Slovakia Awards.
For the ninth consecutive year, the firm has achieved a 100% rating in the 2017 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), published annually by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, a national benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and practices relating to LGBT workplace equality. Squire Patton Boggs joins 517 major US businesses that also achieved a perfect score.
Yale Law Women has named Squire Patton Boggs among its 2015 Top Family-Friendly Firms, which recognizes firms for leadership in developing and implementing family-friendly policies and practices to support the success of women. The firm has been awarded Category Honors for “Part-Time and Flex-Time: Highest Percentage of Associates on Part-Time Schedules.”
The Military Spouse JD Network (MSJDN) has recognized Squire Patton Boggs with its Member’s Choice Award, which honors employers who make a difference for military families in the workplace.
The Greater Cleveland Partnership has once again named Squire Patton Boggs a member of its annual Commission 50 listing, which recognizes companies in Northeast Ohio for their commitment to creating, enhancing and sustaining diversity and inclusion strategies.
Named by Yale Law Women among its 2014 Top Family-Friendly Firms.
Recognized, as one of only two firms, by the Greater Cleveland Partnership to its Commission 50 listing, which recognizes companies in Northeast Ohio for their commitment to creating, enhancing and sustaining diversity and inclusion strategies.
Earned a perfect 100 score in The Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2014 Corporate Equality Index report. The Corporate Equality Index report, released each fall, provides in-depth analysis and ratings of large US employers and their policies and practices with regard to GLBT employees, consumers, and investors.
Ranked among the top 50 law firms for diversity by The American Lawyer in its 2015 “Diversity Scorecard” ranking