1 lots to like Top 10 Most Innovative US Law Firms Financial Times 10-Year A-List The American Lawyer Top 10 Family Friendly Firm Yale Law Women 100% Rating Corporate Equality Index 8th Consecutive Year Human Rights Campaign Pro Bono Law Firm of the Year Law360, New York Law Journal, and Who s Who Legal Top 25 Best Law Firms for Culture, Diversity, Diversity for Minorities, Diversity for LGBT, Diversity for Veterans and Diversity for Women Vault 2015 Rankings 6-Time Winner Best Law Firms for Women Working Mother magazine and Flex-Time Lawyers At Orrick, our people are our most valuable assets. Our formula for success is simple to provide the highest quality services to our clients, we hire the brightest and most talented individuals to join our firm. united states europe asia beijing berlin brussels düsseldorf frankfurt hong kong london los angeles milan moscow munich new york orange county paris portland rome sacramento san francisco seattle shanghai silicon valley taipei tokyo washington dc global operations center (wheeling, wv) 51 West 52nd Street New York, NY tel Attorney advertising. As required by New York law, we hereby advise you that prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
2 Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP 51 West 52nd Street New York, New York Phone: (212) THE STATS No. of Attorneys: 1,100 No. of Offices: 25 Chairman and Chief Executive Officer: Mitchell Zuklie locations Los Angeles, CA New York, NY Portland, OR Sacramento, CA San Francisco, CA Seattle, WA Washington, DC Menlo Park, CA Irvine, CA Wheeling, WV MAJOR DEPARTMENTS & PRACTICES Antitrust & Competition Appellate & Supreme Court Banking & Finance Capital Markets Commercial Litigation Compensation & Benefits ediscovery & Information Governance Emerging Companies Emerging Markets Employment Law & Litigation Energy Infrastructure Insurance Intellectual Property International Arbitration & Dispute Resolution International Trade & Compliance Mass Torts & Product Liability Mergers & Acquisitions Patent Litigation Private Equity Public Finance Public Policy Real Estate Restructuring Securities Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement Structured Finance Tax Trade Secrets Litigation Trademark, Copyright & False Advertising Litigation & Counseling White Collar & Corporate Investigations (s): los Angeles Kent Goss (213) New York Lisa Simpson (212) Orange County Mark Wine (949) Portland Douglas Goe (503) Sacramento McGregor Scott (916) San Francisco Warrington Parker (415) Seattle Douglas Goe (503) Silicon Valley Jessica Perry (650) Scott Iyama (650) Washington, DC Antony Kim (202) EMPLOYMENT CONTACT Different for each office (see above under ) Careers website: Law-Students/Pages/Hiring-Contacts.aspx 475
3 Who s Who Does the firm have one or more pro bono coordinators and/or partners? If so, how many? 2 Please provide a general description of how much of their time each of your pro bono coordinators and/or partners spends on pro bono work and/or administering the firm s pro bono program (e.g., less than half of their time, more than half of their time, all of their time). Both the pro bono counsel and impact finance fellow spend 100% of their time on pro bono work and administration. Please provide the primary pro bono contact(s) s information below. Rene Kathawala Pro Bono Counsel Phone: (212) Robert Esposito Impact Finance Fellow Phone: (212) Website: Does the firm have a pro bono committee? How often does the committee meet? Annually Please describe the composition of the committee. One partner and one associate from our major offices and one partner from our smaller offices. THE SCOOP Does your firm have a pro bono policy? Can associates bring pro bono matters of interest to the firm? How does the firm decide whether to take on a pro bono matter? The firm seeks to take cases that have the most impact and take advantage of the skills and expertise that our attorneys have while offering all volunteers the opportunity to gain expertise in new areas of law. Other than limited areas plaintiff side employment work and bankruptcy work for individuals the firm has no prohibition against doing any type of pro bono 476 work. The firm s pro bono counsel sends regular solicitations to attorneys with exciting, cutting edge pro bono projects, and discusses with each attorney opportunities that may be of specific interest. Matters are staffed like paying work, with a responsible partner and one or more associates. Has the firm signed on to the Law Firm Pro Bono Challenge? What are some of the areas of law in which your firm has performed pro bono legal work since 2012? Asylum, Bankruptcy, Civil rights, Community economic development, Consumer law and small claims court, Death penalty defense, Disability benefits, Domestic violence, Education, Elder law, Employment, Environment, Fair housing/ tenants rights, Family law, First Amendment and constitutional issues, HIV/AIDS advocacy, Homeless advocacy, Immigration, Impact finance, Indigent criminal defense, International human rights, Juvenile justice reform/children s rights, Nonprofit corporate law, Nonprofit incorporation/tax exemptions, Nonprofit intellectual property, Parole hearings, Police misconduct, Prisoners rights, Probate law, Public benefits, Real estate transactions, Social Security law, The arts and historic preservation, Veterans benefits/appeals, Voting rights Are there areas of law in which, as a matter of policy or practice, your firm does not perform pro bono work? None List up to 10 of your firm s pro bono clients or partners since 2012, including legal service providers or clearinghouses. City Bar Justice Center DC Bar Pro Bono Program Justice & Diversity Center (formerly VLSP-SF) Law Foundation of Silicon Valley Legal Aid Society of New York Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County Los Angeles County Bar Association Northern California Innocence Project Public International Law & Policy Group Volunteer Legal Services Program (Sacramento) List up to three representative examples of your firm s pro bono matters since Please limit your answer to a short paragraph per matter. Working with a large international development organization to structure and raise funds for a social enterprise, which will bring mobile web services to small and medium sized businesses ( SMEs ) in the developing world to help them grow their businesses and increase employment opportunities for young people Vault.com Inc.
4 Transactional lawyers across the United States have continued their comprehensive support to the Hispanic Scholarship Fund in the areas of employment, contracts, intellectual property, corporate, tax and finance matters. HSF provides scholarships to Latino students, as well as related support services. HSF seeks to give students all the tools they need to apply to college, do well in their course work, graduate, and enter and excel in a profession. They have awarded over $400 million in scholarships. Orrick lawyers, working with the Northern California Innocence Project at Santa Clara University School of Law, successfully overturned the wrongful conviction of our client for arson and triple murder. The client, George Souliotes, 72, had served 16 years of his three life terms sentence. The district judge found that Mr. Souliotes had received ineffective assistance of counsel at trial, a year after his attorneys persuaded the judge of Mr. Souliotes actual innocence, successfully arguing his conviction was based on faulty fire science and that no reasonable juror today would convict him. Ultimately, the state of California agreed not to retry Mr. Souliotes and released him for time served. List up to three pro bono matters that are highlights (e.g., a Supreme Court case). Please limit your answer to a short paragraph per matter. A litigation team in New York very favorably settled a putative class action on behalf of fifteen (15) children who were detained by the Office of Children and Family Services ( OCFS ) as juvenile delinquents in the State s detention facilities. Orrick and the Legal Aid Society of New York filed this civil rights class action on behalf of all children who are now or will be civilly confined in the limited secure residential centers, reception residential centers, and the nonsecure Lansing Residential Center operated by OCFS, who have been placed for rehabilitative purposes in OCFS custody by New York State Family Court judges as a result of juvenile delinquency proceedings, and who allege that they were subject to a pattern and practice of unconstitutional and excessive force by employees of OCFS and deprived of legally required mental health services while in OCFS care and custody. In reaching a comprehensive settlement that requires OCFS to implement large-scale reforms in facilities focused on both mental health and physical restraint practices, the team also secured a substantial six-figure settlement for the plaintiffs. In one of the most closely watched appeals of the term, the Supreme Court, by a 6 3 margin, held in favor of our client that the doctrine of first sale, which allows for legally acquired copyrighted works to be resold by their owners, applies to works made overseas. The much-anticipated ruling came in the case of Kirtsaeng v. Wiley, and reversed the Second Circuit, which had ruled that the term lawfully made limited first sale specifically and exclusively to works that are made in territories in which the U.S. Copyright Act is law, and not to foreign-manufactured works. Led by an Orrick partner, the firm is providing extensive pro bono advice and assistance on a broad range of law reform issues to Nobel laureate and Myanmar opposition Visit for company rankings, ratings and reviews to learn what it s really like to work in an industry or company and how to position yourself to land that job. leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, who chairs the Parliamentary Committee on Rule of Law. In 2013, the Orrick partner with the assistance of many others at the firm ran training sessions for Parliamentarians, lawyers and judges and coordinates assistance from international organizations such as the UK s Department for International Development, the International Bar Association and the United Nations Development Program. BY THE NUMBERS What is the total number of hours that lawyers at your U.S. office(s) spent performing pro bono legal services, as defined by the Law Firm Pro Bono Challenge, in 2012 and 2013? Do not include summer associate or non-lawyer pro bono hours in your answers. Total number of pro bono hours in 2012: 56,702 Total number of pro bono hours in 2013: 69,443 What was the attorney headcount in your firm s U.S. offices? Number of attorneys as of December 31, 2012: 620 Number of attorneys as of December 31, 2013: 694 Using the number of attorneys listed above, what is the average number of pro bono hours per attorney in your firm s U.S. office(s) during the following years? Average number of hours per attorney in 2012: 92 Average number of hours per attorney in 2013: 100 What percentage of attorneys employed during 2012 and 2013 in your firm s U.S. office(s) did at least 20 hours of pro bono during that calendar year? Percentage of attorneys who did pro bono work in 2012: 71 80% Percentage of attorneys who did pro bono work in 2013: 81 90% SUPERVISION AND EVALUATIONS Is there partner supervision on all pro bono matters? Do partner supervisors or, if applicable, senior associates provide written evaluations of associates work on pro bono matters? Are those evaluations taken into account in determining salary or bonuses?, they are taken into account when determining salary., they are taken into account when determining bonuses. Are those evaluations taken into account in determining advancement within the firm? 477
5 Is there a pro bono requirement at your firm? No Does the firm give billable hour credit for pro bono work? Does the firm have a maximum number of pro bono hours that can be applied toward the billable hour target? No Does the firm consider pro bono hours when determining bonuses? PRO BONO POINTS What training opportunities are open to associates working on pro bono matters? Attorneys are encouraged to attend training sessions organized by third parties, including but not limited to, the DC Bar Pro Bono Program, Her Justice, Inc., the Children s Law Center, the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law of the Bay Area, Bay Area Legal Aid, the Los Angeles County Bar Association, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, the Legal Aid Society of New York, the New York City Bar Public Justice Center, the Justice and Diversity Center (SF Bar), Volunteers of Legal Services and Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts. Orrick regularly sponsors such trainings at its offices and covers the costs of all trainings that our attorneys wish to attend. Does the firm offer the use of support staff in handling pro bono matters? Please indicate how many total hours and average hours per person your summer associates spent performing pro bono in 2012 and Total hours summer associates spent on pro bono work 2012: 5, : 5,650 Average hours per summer associate spent on pro bono work 2012: : 46 Percentage of summer associates in your firm s U.S. office(s) engaged in pro bono work 2012: 96% 2013: 95% Please provide any additional information about pro bono opportunities available to summer associates. Summer associates in our U.S. offices have the opportunity to participate in an innovative program organized by the firm and through which a training is given to all interested summer associates who wish to assist survivors of domestic violence, including efforts to obtain fair custody and visitation orders during permanent restraining order and evidentiary hearings. The firm collaborates on this project with organizations including the Los Angeles Bar Association, the Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County and Her Justice. In addition, the firm utilizes summer associates to work on many of our high profile, interesting and sophisticated pro bono matters being handled every day across the firm. Does the firm have established programs, such as externships, that enable its associates to work in a public interest setting? Please describe the established program(s) and their duration, if applicable. For the past several years, Orrick has offered incoming associates the opportunity to participate in a public interest fellowship program through which they are able to work for a legal services organization anywhere in the world and receive a stipend from the firm. The firm s Bay Area offices regularly send attorneys to work four months at a time at the San Francisco District Attorney s office. In 2014, the firm paid the salary of an associate who worked a three month externship for the Public International Law & Policy Group in Geneva, Switzerland and Istanbul, Turkey, advising the Syrian Coalition in connection with the on-going peace negotiations. What other law-related public interest and community service programs (that are not pro bono as defined by the Law Firm Pro Bono Challenge) do you offer and manage? For example, list any law school collaborations and public interest scholarships, auctions at law schools, monetary support, or fellowships. Orrick s Community Responsibility Program ensures that the firm s resources are strategically organized and deployed to maximize both its community impact, as well as opportunities for Orrick lawyers and staff to participate. Through a combination of volunteerism, financial contributions and pro bono legal services, Orrick supports programs that strengthen and build better communities in its focus areas of legal services and education. As just one example, Orrick sponsors a fellow to work at New York Legal Assistance Group, a legal services organization serving New York s most at-risk, low-income populations, as a full-time staff attorney. The fellow is designated as the LGBT fellow, and is the only legal services organization staff attorney who performs direct representation on behalf of the LGBT community in New York City Vault.com Inc.
6 What non-law related volunteer opportunities does your firm offer? For example, list any work with high school students and non-legal volunteerism for organizations like Habitat for Humanity. Orrick has supported the Bessie Carmichael Elementary School since 2003 when the firm entered into a unique partnership with the YMCA to provide both financial and volunteer support to its after-school program. Located just eight blocks from Orrick s office in San Francisco, the Bessie Carmichael Elementary School benefits from dozens of volunteers who provide homework tutoring to the students and plan other special events for the children. The Children s Storefront is a 40-year-old independent, tuitionfree school based in Harlem that serves pre-schoolers through eighth graders. Orrick s support of the nonprofit began in 2003 and has steadily expanded. Orrick attorneys represent parents and faculty with all of their legal matters, and the firm also represents the school with corporate, real estate and employment law issues. Orrick volunteers also meet with students on a weekly basis to provide homework assistance and tutorials. In addition, lawyers and staff participate in an annual street fair celebrating the end of the school year, and have also cleaned and planted the Storefront s garden which is now useable for all. The Birthday books program is another cherished tradition. For the tenth consecutive year, Orrick New York hosted the Legal Outreach Summer Law Internship Program for high school students from Legal Outreach, a nonprofit organization that motivates students from underserved communities in New York City through law instruction, professional exposure and simulations. The summer experience included two mock exercises. The panel of judges included Orrick New York partners. No surprise 100% of Legal Outreach seniors graduated and went on to college. More than 25 lawyers and staff from Orrick s San Francisco and Silicon Valley offices, along with friends and family members, spent a Saturday in April with Rebuilding Together, improving two homes for owners who could not afford to do the work themselves. In Silicon Valley, the focus was on repainting the interior of an entire house. In San Francisco, the team focused on clean up and fix-up, including installation of new appliances. Rebuilding Together s mission is to preserve and revitalize houses and communities, assuring that low-income homeowners, from the elderly and disabled to families with children, live in warmth, safety, and independence. Our Washington, DC office has established a strong partnership with Hands on DC. Attorneys and staff volunteer to landscape, repaint and otherwise beautify local community centers and schools. Please list any special recognition or awards your firm has won since 2012 for its pro bono work. Who s Who Legal Inaugural Pro Bono Law Firm of the Year given to the firm for the percentage of the firm s total billed hours dedicated to pro bono, the steps taken to institutionalize pro bono, the percentage of participation throughout all levels of the firm and the firm s proudest pro bono moment. Law360 s Top 20 Pro Bono List Orrick was named to this prestigious list for the second consecutive year. The Katharine & George Alexander Community Law Center Community Award given to Orrick for its work and advocacy on human trafficking cases. Animal Legal Defense Fund Advancement in Animal Law Pro Bono Achievement Award given to the firm for its sustained commitment to promoting the interests of animals in the legal system. Orrick was honored by the DC Circuit Judicial Conference at its 40 at 50 breakfast for being one of a small group of DC firms that had at least 40 percent of its lawyers perform 50 or more pro bono hours in Legal Aid Society of New York Pro Bono Publico Award given to the firm for its work on a successfully resolved federal court class action case on behalf of fifteen children alleging that the commissioner of the state agency that detains them violated their constitutional and federal statutory rights by failing to provide them with adequate mental health services and misusing and overusing physical restraints. Appleseed Pillars of Justice Award Orrick was honored for its work in promoting racial diversity in the New York City public school system. Volunteer Legal Services Program (San Francisco) Exceptional Volunteers recognizing eight (8) Orrick lawyers for their dedicated service to the poverty law programs operated by the Volunteer Legal Services Program of the San Francisco Bar. New York City Family Court Volunteer Attorney Program Outstanding Service Award given to the firm s pro bono counsel for his sustained dedication to the Court s pro bono clinic program that he helped to establish more than five years ago. Please add any additional information about your firm s pro bono program. Orrick s tradition always has embraced an ethic of community responsibility. The firm s leaders and its lawyers believe that we are blessed with talents and opportunities to contribute to those less fortunate than ourselves. Our pro bono work enables us to use our legal skills to help individuals, organizations and communities who can benefit from our expertise. Our community volunteerism and financial contributions supplement that pro bono work to further enrich the people and communities where we ourselves work and live. Orrick counts an associate s and of counsel s pro bono hours toward their billable hour requirement. Including pro bono work as billable is intended to emphasize the firm s deep commitment to pro bono work and to encourage the pro bono efforts of our attorneys. We recognize that work on a pro bono matter may occupy a substantial amount of an attorney s time during a particular year and we believe that it is entirely appropriate. Visit for company rankings, ratings and reviews to learn what it s really like to work in an industry or company and how to position yourself to land that job. 479
7 Accordingly, we have not established a maximum number of pro bono hours that are counted toward the billable hour expectation. Attorneys are given the opportunity to take on pro bono matters that they are interested in, and are never assigned to such matters. As such, attorneys, including juniorlevel associates, generally run their own pro bono project and thus can develop substantial professional development in the process. Orrick is also proud to report that attorneys in our non-u.s. based offices consistently take part in the firm s robust pro bono program. In 2013, lawyers in Orrick s foreign offices billed more than 5,895 hours of pro bono work, the highest total ever. This number reflects the increased interest in and opportunities to perform pro bono work in Europe and Asia. For example, our Tokyo office continues its work with the Wild Salmon Center and the Sarufutsu Itou no Kai to protect the endangered Itou, often referred to as Japan s legendary fish due to their size one caught in 1988 was 83 inches long and weighed 231 pounds and radiant color. A team worked with the client to develop catch-and-release single barbless hook fishing regulations and to increase awareness about the Itou. After more than 15 years of effort by several organizations, Orrick convinced Sarufutsu-Mura Village to promulgate regulations governing fishing for Itou. This effort has been helped by the creation of regulations governing the fishing for Itou in nearby areas such as Lake Kanayama and Lake Shumarinai. In the summer of 2013, Orrick s Tokyo office leader also spoke at the 7th Itou Symposium in Sarufutsu, hosted by the Sarufutsu Itou Conservation Council and Sarufutsu Itou no Kai, to garner support from anglers for the new regulations. Another example is a Milan corporate associate who continued her work for great impact for low-income clients in Italy as Vice President of the Executive Committee of Avvocati per niente (Lawyers for Nothing), an association for pro bono legal assistance, which she cofounded in In addition to our pro bono work and serving on boards of various nonprofit organizations, Orrick attorneys and professional staff firm-wide organize food and toy drives during the holidays, volunteer to teach in local schools and participate in a variety of fundraising and volunteer days. At the heart of all of Orrick s activities are its core values: excellence and integrity, cooperation and individual respect and enthusiasm, and the pursuit of improvement. Our dedication to pro bono and volunteer work perfectly illustrate that the firm s commitment to those core values extend beyond our offices and into the world in which we live and work Vault.com Inc.
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