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August 22, 2019

Drinker Biddle Named to Philadelphia Business Journal’s Best Places to Work List for Second Straight Year

The Philadelphia Business Journal has named Drinker Biddle’s Philadelphia office to the “2019 Best Places to Work” list, placing the firm among top large companies for the second consecutive year. Each year, the publication chooses award recipients based on data collected from employee surveys administered through a third party. The survey measures aspects of workplace culture, including engagement, leadership and connection.

“We are honored to once again receive this recognition and feedback from our employees and the Philadelphia Business Journal,” said Andrew C. Kassner, Chairman and CEO of Drinker Biddle. “Our attorneys and staff are what make Drinker Biddle a special place to practice and we remain committed to maintaining positive employee engagement and morale across all offices.”

Employees in Drinker Biddle’s Philadelphia office noted the firm for its workplace environment and support for work-life balance, training and professional advancement.

One employee commented on the growth opportunities at the firm, saying the firm “offers room for advancement as well as recognition for employees who are hardworking and dedicated.” On the topic of training, an employee added “the personal and professional development training is an example of [Drinker Biddle’s] commitment and desire to cultivating professional long-term employees.”

“We are focused on fostering an inclusive, collaborative community, so this acknowledgement is meaningful and reflective of Drinker Biddle’s culture and core values,” said Daniel H. Aiken, Regional Partner in Charge of the firm’s Philadelphia office. “Harnessing this team’s energy, enthusiasm and engagement is critical, especially as we continue to grow. It’s great to see that we are on the right track.”

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