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Firm Named in U.S. News & World Report’s 2024 Best Companies to Work For: Law Firms

Florham Park, NJ (February 20, 2024) – Bressler, Amery & Ross, P.C. is proud to announce that the firm has been named one of the best law firms to work for by U.S. News & World Report in its 2024 U.S. News Best Companies to Work For: Law Firms list.

The firm was rated among other leading law firms on factors that analyze how individual firms meet the needs and expectations of their employees compared to their competitors. The new recognition builds on U.S. News' Best Companies to Work For lists by considering the quality of pay and benefits, work-life balance, job stability, physical and psychological comfort, belongingness, and opportunities for professional development within each organization.

"This recognition reflects Bressler's commitment to fostering a positive and collegial workplace," said Diana Manning, Firm Managing Principal. "Our priority is to maintain an environment where everyone can establish themselves in their careers while also maintaining a positive work-life balance. As a growing midsized firm, this acknowledgement validates our continued efforts to raise the bar and prioritize our greatest asset – our people."

To calculate the U.S. News Best Companies to Work For: Law Firms list, U.S. News partnered with Leopard Solutions and Revelio Labs, which gathered relevant data, including employee sentiment and legal market research, to calculate the six metrics used in the list. U.S. News & World Report is the global leader in quality rankings, empowering consumers, business leaders, and policy officials to make better, more informed decisions about important issues affecting their lives and communities. A multifaceted digital media company with Education, Health, Money, Travel, Cars, News, Real Estate, Careers, and 360 Reviews platforms, U.S. News provides rankings, independent reporting, data journalism, consumer advice, and U.S. News Live events. 

This award is conferred by U.S. News & World Report. A description of the selection methodology is available here. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.


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