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

December 5, 2017

New York – December 05, 2017 – For the fifth consecutive year, Crain’s New York Business has recognized Cooley on its 100 Best Places to Work list. Cooley is ranked #24, again designating the firm as a top 25 best workplace in New York City. 

“Maintaining our people-first culture remains paramount,” said Jonathan Bach, partner in charge of Cooley’s New York office. “Our year-after-year placement on this list is a testament to the values and spirit we bring to the office each day.” 

Crain’s Best Places to Work in NYC is a survey and recognition program that identifies New York City’s best employers. Conducted by Crain’s in partnership with the Best Companies Group, the annual list is based on the feedback of more than 26,800 employees. 

Other national and regional publications consistently recognize Cooley as a great place to work, including Fortune – which this year recognized Cooley as the #1 law firm on its Best Companies to Work for listWorking Mother, the Human Rights Campaign and the San Diego Business Journal.

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