Snell & Wilmer Ranks Sixth For Associate Satisfaction In AMLAW Survey

PHOENIX - Arizonar -- Snell & Wilmer is pleased to announce that the firm ranked sixth nationwide in the 2022 AmLaw Midlevel Associates Satisfaction Survey ( The firm received a remarkable 92.4 percent response rate from its midlevel associates (defined by the survey as those in their third, fourth, and fifth year of practice) – well above any other top 20 firm recognized in the survey.

Associates interviewed ( said they "appreciated reasonable billing expectations," shared that the firm has a "great work life balance," and noted that it "feels like the firm really cares."

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"Supporting our associates in their personal and professional development, and fostering an enjoyable working environment, are longstanding commitments embodied in our firm credo," said Jeffrey A. Scudder (, chair of the firm's Attorney Development Committee ( (ADC) and a partner in the Phoenix office. "We appreciate our associates' strong participation in this year's survey, and the results confirm that they recognize and value those commitments. We are always exploring innovative new ways to support our associates, and the feedback we gather through this survey has been integral to those efforts over the past several years."

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The AmLaw survey examines 12 aspects of job satisfaction, including: compensation and benefits; training and guidance; relations with partners and other associates; interest in and satisfaction level with the work; the firm's policy on billable hours; and management's openness about firm strategies and partnership chances.

"We work with every associate to help them develop into a self-sustaining partner. This is consistent with our status as a relationship-based firm, as well as our credo commitments to our clients, our communities, and each other," said Firm Chair Matthew P. Feeney (
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Source: Snell & Wilmer
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