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Diversity

"Our strength as a law firm begins with our people. Our mission is to recruit the finest available talent and then focus on their development, so that each person can share the best of what they are for the benefit of our firm, our clients, and our community. Our history informs our diversity and inclusion activities. Richards, Layton & Finger was the first major Delaware law firm with a female partner, an African American partner, and a South East Asian partner, and one of the first with a Hispanic partner. And with our past as..."

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Richards, Layton & Finger, P.A.

One Rodney Square
920 North King Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
Phone: (302) 651-7700

Stats

President: Gregory V. Varallo
Hiring Partner: Matthew S. Criscimagna

Base Salary

1st year: $160,000
Summer associate: $3,077/week

Summer Program

Summer Associate Offers:
13 out of 13 (2Ls only) (2017)

Employment Contact

Joni Peet
Director of Lawyer Hiring
(302) 651-7778
peet@rlf.com

Major Office Locations

Wilmington, DE

Major Departments

Banking
Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring
Business Trust and Agency Services
Chancery/Corporate Litigation
Commercial Transactions
Corporate Advisory and Governance
Intellectual Property
Labor and Employment
Limited Liability Company and Partnership Advisory
Litigation
Real Estate
Tax
Trusts and Estates