What makes Venable different? For the more than 1000 attorneys and staff who work at Venable, there is no one answer. When asked, many mention the firm's collegial culture where diverse teams of partners, associates, and staff work side by side to deliver the highest quality work product to the firm's clients.
Others cite the pride they take in Venable's distinguished history and how the firm honors tradition while embracing new ideas and methods.
Clients point to the skill, dedication, creativity and superior service that our legal and professional staff provide.
For many, Venable's commitment to the community sets the firm apart. Venable attorneys and staff members give thousands of hours of their time and diverse talents, demonstrating that our commitment to service extends beyond our clients. Through hands-on volunteering, pro bono legal representation and contributions to the Venable Foundation, which provides nearly $2 million annually to educational, social services and artistic organizations across the country, Venable employees strive to make their communities a better place to live and work.
Culture of Commitment
Each year, Venable attorneys and staff devote thousands of hours of their own time, money and talent to helping the communities in which they live and work. Venable's commitment to social responsibility includes financial support through The Venable Foundation, one of the Mid-Atlantic region's premier corporate philanthropic endeavors, which, in 2012, provided more than $2 million in support to
organizations and programs in our local communities.
The Venable Edge
Venable aims to deliver the highest quality legal services for our clients, and we pride ourselves on identifying, recruiting and retaining the best and brightest attorneys and legal staff from all walks of life. Our clients profit from a diverse set of perspectives that, paired with more than a century of proven experience, is unique to Venable.
Venable LLP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.