Olshan is a mid-size, New York law firm that offers a dynamic environment for self-motivated attorneys interested in developing or advancing their practice. We offer stimulating work in diverse practice areas, opportunities to work with top-notch legal talent, and challenging responsibilities for attorneys at all career levels. In contrast to larger New York firms, our firm size and culture allow for a collegial atmosphere where partners and associates collaborate freely and frequently across practice areas. We also have a strong belief in contributing to our community.
For all recruiting inquiries, please contact:
Heather W. Rutner
Director of Administration
Facts & Stats
Client choose Olshan for innovative strategies and sophisticated, game-changing advice.
We are always happy and prepared to consider adding new teammates to our firm, whether to augment our existing practice areas or to expand into new ones.
Client Focused Approach
We are committed to developing strong client relationships and to providing personal service tailored to the specific requirements and concerns of each client, from large corporations to small businesses and individuals. This approach provides associates with hands-on experience in addressing the day-to-day legal issues of a company, as well as a strong foundation for building substantive, long-term client relationships.
Olshan provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants, without regard to race, religion, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, disability, or status as a Vietnam-era or special disabled veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local law.
Diversity and Inclusion
Olshan's Diversity & Inclusion Committee is dedicated to fostering a diverse environment and promoting an inclusive culture in all aspects of firm life. We seek to engage with our community through a variety of professional and community-wide events and via free and open discussion with firm leadership.
Our programs and activities, which include participating in conferences, forums, networking events; in-house panels and roundtables on diversity topics; and social and volunteer activities, serve the following goals:
- Supporting diversity recruitment;
- Client and community engagement; and
- Career development and mentoring.
The D&I Committee is led by partner Adrienne Ward, with support from counsel Kerrin Klein, Director of Administration Heather Rutner and Director of Human Resources William Lopez. All Olshan attorneys, from the most senior to law clerks, are invited to participate on the D&I Committee.