Working at Seyfarth

One element shared by all at Seyfarth is how we pronounce the firm’s name - “Sigh-farth” Shaw.  Other commonly shared characteristics include working on high-performing teams, a dedication to legal excellence, sparking innovation and being leaders in both our industry and the communities in which we work. 

These characteristics all stem from the firm’s founding fathers and are captured in our core values: Innovation, Teamwork, Client Service, Commitment, and Excellence. Adherence to these core values helps us achieve personal, professional and client service objectives.  Another attribute that distinguishes Seyfarth from other national law firms is the degree to which we function as an integrated national organization, with multi-office and multi-disciplinary teams to serve our clients.

If our characteristics and core values resonate, we invite you to check out our open positions.


Seyfarth Shaw is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities.  If, because of a medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please contact Lisa Murphy at (312) 460-5000 and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information.

Seyfarth Shaw is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity.  Firm practices and employment decisions, including those regarding recruitment, hiring, assignment, promotion and compensation, shall not be based on any person’s sex, race, color, religion, ancestry or national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, citizenship status, or other protected group status as defined by law.  Sexual harassment or harassment based on other protected group status as defined by law is also prohibited.

Applicants have rights under Federal Laws:

Employee Rights & Responsiblities Under the Family Medical Leave Act

Equal Employment Opportunity Law

Employee Rights: Employee Polygraph Protection Act