Diversity

Fox Rothschild is a law firm built to serve business leaders. We recognize that successfully serving our clients and providing the caliber of legal services they have come to expect from us requires the teamwork of professionals with diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. For us, diversity is both a moral issue and a vehicle through which we can better serve our clients and the communities where we live and practice. We are committed to cultivating a diverse workplace that continually promotes opportunities for all.

Over the past few decades, Fox Rothschild has grown from a regional law firm with fewer than 200 attorneys to a national law firm with offices coast to coast and more than 750 attorneys. Our growth has been the tangible result of a goal of strategic expansion designed to align with our clients’ legal and business needs. We recognize that in the 21st century, those needs include attorneys who possess an awareness of the progressive and complex legal, social and economic issues faced by clients that require innovative and imaginative solutions. The strongest intellectual capabilities to collectively solve these problems come from attorneys with diverse attributes and a wide breadth of experience.

We not only actively seek out talented individuals who bring a variety of insights and knowledge to our team, but also endeavor to assemble client project teams comprised of attorneys best suited to work on client matters and who can provide optimal client solutions. Additionally, we develop strategies to enhance our recruitment, retention, promotion and growth of attorneys and staff professionals irrespective of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation or any other factor.

LGBTQ & Allies Subcommittee

Fox Rothschild embraces a definition of diversity that encompasses sexual orientation and gender identity. The LGBTQ & Allies Subcommittee is dedicated to ensuring that Fox is a welcoming workplace for all, and that the Fox family, the legal community, law students and the larger community see the firm as a model of inclusiveness and acceptance.