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Morrison & Foerster Named on the Boston Business Journal’s Best Places to Work list

16 Jun 2020

Boston Business Journal, Best Places to WorkMorrison & Foerster is pleased to be named on the Boston Business Journal’s 2020 Best Places to Work list. The Best Places to Work List is the Boston Business Journal’s exclusive ranking of the Massachusetts companies that have built outstanding work environments for their people. The companies honored in 2020 range in size and industry, with winners from the technology sector, retail industry, health care space, commercial real estate and more.

“We are thrilled to be named among the Boston Business Journal’s Best Places to Work list this year,” said David Ephraim, Managing Partner of Morrison & Foerster’s Boston office. “Since we opened our doors in February of 2019, we have continued to expand our firm’s world-class footprint in the areas of technology, life sciences, corporate, finance, and privacy and data security, among others, in the Commonwealth and beyond. This recognition is a wonderful testament to the exceptional culture and talent of our team in Boston.”

To determine this year’s results, employee survey participants were asked to rate their work environment, work-life balance, job satisfaction, advancement opportunities, management, compensation and benefits.

“These are challenging days for businesses and their employees,” said Carolyn Jones, Boston Business Journal market president and publisher, “and the companies that appear on this year’s Best Places to Work lists — our 18th year of honoring such companies — are leading the way as the region’s top workplaces.”

This year’s Boston Business Journal Best Places to Work award, follows the recent recognition of the Morrison & Foerster Boston office in Chambers USA, in its Massachusetts Banking & Finance category, as well as a strong showing for the firm’s Boston office in this year’s Legal 500 rankings.

To honor this year’s winners, and in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the BBJ will hold a virtual celebration on Sept. 30, 2020. Visit the Boston Business Journal to learn more. 



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