For over 60 years, Meyer Suozzi has attracted the very best talent and hired top lawyers and support staff. We operate as a team, working shoulder to shoulder to help our clients accomplish their goals.
Everyone at Meyer Suozzi contributes to the firm’s success and often new hires work alongside 15, 20 and 25 year veterans of the firm. The atmosphere is one of cordiality, appreciation and respect.
Our diverse practice areas, targeted industry focus, collegial culture and strategic vision make Meyer Suozzi an outstanding choice. If you are looking for a work environment that is professional, respectful and rewarding, then consider inquiring about employment opportunities with us.
Meyer Suozzi embraces collaboration, integrity, and technology. We are satisfied with nothing less than the very best, always treating our clients, opposing counsel, Court staff and Courts respectfully. While we expect a lot of you, you are not asked to sacrifice your personal life in order to succeed. Our commitment to work/life balance differentiates us from our competitors and makes Meyer Suozzi an excellent place to work. For more information on our core values, click here.
Pro-Bono & Community Service
The legal profession possesses unique skills and abilities that allow us to serve the disadvantaged and promote public interests in ways that no other profession can. We recognize this professional obligation and encourage our lawyers to engage in pro bono activities on behalf of persons and organizations of limited means. In addition to your personal commitment to pro bono activities, the firm offers support to charitable and civic organizations. For more information on our pro bono service, click here; and for our community service efforts, click here.
Meyer Suozzi is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workforce and environment and is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified candidates receive consideration for employment, and all employees are treated respectfully without regard to race, color, sexual orientation, religion, sex, age, national origin, genetic information, physical or mental disability, veteran status, gender identity or marital status.