Barnes & Thornburg LLP may have most of its offices in the heart of the Midwest, but its reach extends beyond the region, serving clients in national and international matters. We seek experienced attorneys who are interested in working on sophisticated, complex legal problems that have potential ramifications for our clients at the local, state, regional, national and international level. We also seek experienced attorneys who share our core values: the quality of our lawyers, the quality of our practice, and our commitment to our clients, to innovation, and, most important, to the individual.
Barnes & Thornburg also encourages attorneys to do pro bono work. We have a written pro bono policy confirming that all attorneys may receive up to 50 hours of billable credit for pro bono work. Find out more about the firm's pro bono efforts by viewing the pro bono page in this section.
Like pro bono, Barnes & Thornburg is committed to diversity and building a workplace with people from different backgrounds, ideas and cultures. The firm has made concerted efforts to increase the number of minority attorneys it attracts through participation in various initiatives. Barnes & Thornburg understands that its clients appreciate and demand that lawyers who are working on their legal matters come from different races, genders and ethnicities and that those lawyers benefit from working with and around each other.
Learn more about the firm and our recruiting process at the following links:
Debby A. Usher
Director of Lateral Recruiting