Butler Snow Credits Firm Culture for Healthy Growth

, The National Law Journal


Butler, Snow, O'Mara, Stevens & Cannada — one of the fastest growing law firms among the NLJ 350 during 2012 — tells recruits something unusual: You might not want to work here. "[If] the dollar is the last and first thing on your list each morning, then Butler Snow might not be for you," firm chairman Donald Clark Jr. said. "We're very, very different than most firms out there."

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