Press Release

Crain’s NY Names Cooley a Four-Time Best Place to Work

December 5, 2016

New York – December 5, 2016 – Crain’s New York Business ranked Cooley #18 on its Best Places to Work in New York City list. This is the fourth consecutive year that Cooley has made the list. It is Cooley’s best showing to date, rising ten spots from last year and placing higher than any other law firm.

“I greatly value such annual validation of the strength of our culture,” said Jonathan Bach, Cooley’s partner in charge of New York. “Not only does it set us apart but it reinforces what we know to be true at this firm – our greatest asset is our people.”

The Crain's survey and awards program is designed to identify and honor the employers in NYC that are best benefiting the city's economy and workforce. Winners are chosen based on the results of a weighted survey of both employees and employers, conducted by Crain's in partnership with the Best Companies Group.

Cooley is also the #1 law firm on Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For list.

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