2017 Chambers Associate Ranks T&K as a Leader Among Law Firms

Dallas – The law firm of Thompson & Knight LLP is proud to announce its Leading Firm ranking for being shortlisted as a leader in the Chambers Associate 2017 surveys conducted by Chambers & Partners. The Firm also is featured as a high achiever in “Most Satisfied Associates” and “The Benefits and Lifestyle Survey 2017.”

Associates surveyed by the directory recognized the Firm for its stability saying, “one thing that really jumped out at me when I interviewed at Thompson & Knight was the shocking number of attorneys who had worked here all their lives!” They also highlighted the sophisticated work the Firm does with the comment, “despite the regional feel of the firm, we actually work on a lot of interesting cases across the country and around the world.”

Thompson & Knight is recognized for demonstrating excellent performance in “Most Satisfied Associates” (ranking 13th) and in “The Benefits and Lifestyle Survey 2017” (ranking 35th). The Firm is the only Texas headquartered firm listed among the 40 high achievers in both categories. To determine the “Most Satisfied Associates” rankings, Chambers Associate asked associates to rate the bonus they receive against market, the whole benefits package, and their firms’ attitudes to flexible working, taking vacation, and raising a family. “The Benefits and Lifestyle Survey 2017” ranking was determined by asking associates to rate how happy they were, how stressed they were, how much their firm is worth to them on their resumes, how long they intend to stay, how strongly they’d recommend their firm, and whether the salary justified the dedication required. 

Chambers Associate gives law students an unparalleled view into the working lives of associates at the nation’s leading law firms. The directory conducts in-depth telephone interviews with thousands of junior associates on topics such as type of work, social life, pro bono, diversity, how hard associates work, compensation, personal development, and much more. Interviews with associates are anonymous. To learn more, click here.