UppersDiverse and challenging work; Emphasis on quality of life
DownersComparatively low starting salaries; Expensive health insurance plan
ABOUT THIS COMPANY:A rich history
This venerable Midwestern firm traces its history as far back as 1846, when an English immigrant, a lawyer named Richard Harrison, set up a desk in the county courthouse in (appropriately enough) London, Ohio. Harrison also rode the circuit by horseback to give far-flung Ohioans the benefit of his expertise. Since that time, the firm has come far. More than 150 years later, and following numerous mergers, the firm boasts over 300 attorneys in two states and the District of Columbia. In June 2006, firm partner Hugh E. McKay was named the 96th president of the Cleveland Bar Association.
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