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Nutter named one of Massachusetts' Top 20 "Best Places to Work"

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Boston Business Journal
06.11.2008

Nutter has been rated one of the “Best Places to Work” in Massachusetts in the annual survey commissioned by the Boston Business Journal. Nutter ranked in the top 20 mid-sized businesses based on scores in a range of criteria that included work environment, work-life balance, job satisfaction, advancement opportunities, compensation and benefits.

“Nutter recognizes that employee satisfaction is crucial to the firm’s success and we strive to maintain a challenging and positive work environment,” said managing partner Michael E. Mooney. “This honor is especially rewarding given that it's based on direct feedback from our own people. It supports our efforts to recruit talented lawyers and staff."

Nutter’s exceptional work environment has been recognized in other publications. Nutter was ranked first in the nation in the 2007 survey of summer associates conducted byThe American Lawyer and has been ranked among the top five firms nationwide in associate satisfaction by that same publication for three consecutive years.

“Our recognition by the Boston Business Journal  and The American Lawyer speaks volumes to young lawyers seeking a work environment that invests in and values the contributions of all of its lawyers and staff,” said Terese Cunningham, Nutter’s Legal Hiring Manager.

“Best Places to Work” winners are identified by the Boston Business Journal following a survey of nominated companies’ employees conducted by Quantum Market Research. Respondents are asked to rank their company and workplace on a range of characteristics with results then tabulated and analyzed using numerical values assigned to each question. There were 392 companies nominated this year, a record in the six-year history of “Best Places to Work.”

Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP is the law firm co-founded over a century ago by the renowned Louis D. Brandeis, who practiced at the firm (originally called Warren & Brandeis) for 35 years until his appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court. Today Nutter continues to have a distinguished reputation with 150 attorneys spanning numerous areas of legal expertise. The firm serves a diverse international clientele in a range of industries, including major global corporations and other public companies, privately-held businesses, leading medical and educational institutions, private foundations, families and individuals.

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