September 21, 2023
Unwavering Commitment to Clients, Communities and Employees
Holland & Knight summer associates participate in a volunteer beach cleanup event in Miami.


Unwavering Commitment to Clients, Communities and Employees

| 7/28/2023
Holland & Knight
Brandon, Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Tallahassee, Tampa, West Palm Beach

Holland & Knight LLP is a global law firm with approximately 2,000 lawyers and more than 1,900 other professionals in 34 offices throughout the world, but its roots are firmly established in Florida. Despite the firm's size, Holland & Knight has a close-knit, collegial culture and unwavering commitment to its employees, clients and communities.

The firm emphasizes collaboration, inclusion, fairness and respect, and has earned many awards for its diversity efforts. Employees are offered generous paid time off and leave, subsidized child and adult care, and an innovative wellness program. They also are encouraged to make a difference in their communities, a legacy in which our employees — many of whom have been at the firm for several decades — truly take great pride.

In 2022, Holland & Knight donated more than 68,000 hours in legal services, and through its annual 9/11 Day of Service, employees in all offices spent all or part of a workday volunteering with local community service organizations.

The firm is fully committed to being a Best Company for its employees. In the past few years, Holland & Knight has implemented new flexible ways of working. Employees also benefit from industry-leading healthcare benefits and numerous opportunities for professional growth and advancement.


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