At Haynes and Boone, we are dedicated to our people and believe our employees are the heart and soul of the firm. We hire staff that contribute to the professional reputation of our firm, enhance client relationships and support our lawyers in the delivery of legal services. The primary mission of our professional staff is the same as that of our lawyers: to add value to our clients by helping them meet their business objectives.
We seek highly-motivated people who can help us achieve that mission.
A Great Place to Work
This is a rewarding place to build or extend your career. Our high rankings as a “good place to work” reflect an emphasis on teamwork that values the roles staff members play in serving our clients.
Our strong commitment to and success at building a diverse workforce means that all offices strive to reflect the experiences and capabilities of the communities where we practice and live. When you join Haynes and Boone, you’ll find a workplace that values contributions that all of us make.
Attracting the Best People
Our positive work environment, competitive compensation and benefits package, technology support and professional development opportunities enable us to attract outstanding people.
Haynes and Boone, LLP currently requires all firm personnel to return to the office at least three days per week in our U.S. offices. We expect each full-time lawyer in good standing to work from the Firm’s offices at least three days per week and remotely up to two days per week. Additionally, the firm currently has a vaccine mandate in place, which means anyone (all employees and visitors) entering our offices, now and continuing into the future, must provide proof of full vaccination. As a result, we strongly encourage anyone who is able to take the vaccine to get fully vaccinated by October 18. Employees may seek a medical/religious vaccine exemption which will be individually considered. Please note that medical exemptions will require certification by a treating healthcare professional. If exempt, employees may be permitted to work remotely for the time being. The process and forms for submitting a request for vaccine exemption will be provided by Human Resources. Lastly, when working in the office, masks will be required for all employees when outside your office/work station and social distancing is required.