A Career At Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, P.A.
As one of the area’s largest law firms, the depth and breadth of our practice areas offer fantastic opportunities for talented legal and staff professionals. All of our employees play an integral role in making us a leader in our industry, and we proudly boast many awards and recognitions, including:
- ranked #1 on the Orlando Sentinel's 2013 "Top 100 Companies for Working Families" in the 249 employees and below category, and also listed as the 2013 Corporate Champion of the Year. The firm has been honored as a Top 10 employer in the annual Top 100 Companies for the Working Families program for the 7th straight year, a reflection of the firm's policy to value employees, in part by working to help them feel at peace with the balance of their work and family priorities.
- ranked #1 in the Orlando Business Journal's "2012 Best Places to Work in Central Florida" (large company category).
These accolades have been earned year after year in large part because of the firm's emphasis on maintaining its unique culture. Since its founding in 1969, the firm has been guided by the same principles of conduct, professionalism, practice and collegiality. In 1996, we undertook a firmwide effort to identify and memorialize the underlying principles which make up our culture, and today all employees find these principles outlined in The Green Book - Firm Philosophy & Principles, a unique guidepost for defining our relationships to each other, to our clients and to the community.
Our collegial and collaborative culture includes the participation of attorneys and staff in one or more committees focusing on a variety of issues, such as associate relations, business development, community and charitable activities, diversity, environmental sustainability, and technology. A non-lawyer Chief Operating Officer manages routine business operations and oversees the support staff. The law firm as a whole is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of all partners, with a strong Executive Committee of a smaller number of partners, to set policies and adopt guiding principles. The Executive Committee is chaired by the President of the firm, who has been given day-to-day authority from the Board of Directors for certain decisions.
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