Press Release

Cooley – A Fortune Best Workplace in Southern California

October 31, 2017

San Diego – October 31, 2017 – Fortune magazine has named Cooley to its inaugural 25 Best Workplaces in Southern California list. Placing #6 overall on the list of large employers, Cooley is the #1-ranked law firm.

In addition to being named to Fortune’s Best Workplaces in Southern California list, the magazine has named Cooley a Best Company to Work For and to its Best Workplaces lists for women, parents, flexibility, giving back and consulting and professional services. In April, Fortune also named Cooley a Best Workplace in the Bay Area.

Great Place to Work surveyed more than 103,000 employees from Great Place to Work-Certified companies with locations in the region. The ranking was based on how positively employees rated their organizations on more than 50 metrics that define a great workplace, including management transparency, professional development opportunities, meaningful work, promotion equity and the generosity of benefit programs. Great Place to Work also analyzed demographic patterns to ensure organizations created great workplaces for all employees, regardless of who they are or what they do. All surveys were anonymous.

Other national and regional publications consistently recognize Cooley as a great place to work, including Working Mother, Crain’s New York Business, the San Diego Business Journal and the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, which recently awarded Cooley its second consecutive perfect score on its Corporate Equality Index.

In September, Cooley celebrated the 25th anniversary of its San Diego office. Cooley was the first Silicon Valley law firm to operate in the market. Cooley opened a second Southern California office in 2012 in Los Angeles.

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