At Garvey Schubert Barer, we pride ourselves on a collaborative and supportive culture among our attorneys and staff. We are committed to helping our staff attain a balance between providing high quality service to clients and having the personal time to pursue their passions and spend time with family and friends. For example, Garvey Schubert Barer recognizes the importance of different work arrangements and provides incentives for staff to participate in public service activities. Staff members are eligible for 37.5 hours of paid community-service leave each calendar year. In addition, staff members serve in leadership roles on key committees including those related to diversity and sustainability.
When asked what it's like to work at Garvey Schubert Barer, our people describe several factors that make our firm one of the best places to work, including caring working relationships; positive work environment; challenging work; stability of our organization; and having available the tools and training to perform at the highest level. For example, all paralegals are assigned a mentor attorney for professional development purposes. These are just some of the reasons employees remain with us long term.
Garvey Schubert Barer is fully committed to an environment that attracts and retains diversity among all employees in race, gender, sexual orientation, and myriad other identities. We are an open and inclusive firm that supports the bias-free promotion of individuals.