O'Melveny & Myers LLP
VAULT RANKINGS 2013
• "Brilliant, hardworking people"
• "The pro bono program"
• "Newsworthy entertainment law issues"
• "Management decisions lack transparency"
• "Unpredictable hours"
• "Uncertainty about future at the firm"
ABOUT THIS COMPANY:
With an extensive history of working big-time cases spread across a diverse array of fields, O’Melveny & Myers boasts expertise in a little bit of everything, with the firm’s litigation team leading the way. Long rooted in California—where it maintains a quintet of offices—OMM has branched out in all directions and now handles everything from entertainment law to M&A.
Growing with L.A.
The O’Melveny story starts way back in 1885 when Henry W. O’Melveny and Jackson Graves founded a partnership in Los Angeles.Become a Gold Member or Log in to read the entire Scoop
From the Community
O'Melveny & Myers LLP Perspective
O'Melveny & Myers LLP HIGHLIGHTS
A Respected History, a Bright Future
Founded in 1885 in Los Angeles, the Firm gained traction by handling land litigation and the legalities of bringing electric power to a growing Southern California. The character of founder Henry O'Melveny, who was a leading lawyer of his day and noted for his civic leadership, shaped the Firm into one noted for its community service, integrity and excellent legal representation.
YOUR CAREER AT O'Melveny & Myers LLP
At O'Melveny, we provide opportunities for the best and brightest lawyers to do the most sophisticated and exciting legal work available. From private equity transactions in New York to antitrust litigation in Tokyo, from high-technology work in Silicon Valley to constitutional litigation in the US Supreme Court, our practice spans the globe and, at the same time, helps our local communities.
We are committed to uncompromising excellence in our legal work. O’Melveny & Myers LLP has been named to The American Lawyer’s 2010 A-List, which recognizes the nation’s most elite law firms for stellar performance in the areas of revenue generation, pro bono commitment, associate satisfaction, and diversity representation.