June 22, 2015
The Washington Post again named Kelley Drye & Warren LLP to its list of Washington, D.C.’s Top Work Places in 2015. An emphasis on maintaining a positive culture while providing excellent client service helped the firm achieve this distinction in 2014 as well.
“I am proud that Kelley Drye & Warren was recognized as a top place to work by The Washington Post for the second year in a row but more proud that this ranking is a direct result of employee feedback,” said Kathy Cannon, managing partner of the firm’s Washington office. “I am thrilled that while ensuring success for our clients, our people truly believe that Kelley Drye is a great place to come to work.”
Kelley Drye’s Washington, D.C. office is committed to fostering an inclusive and rewarding workplace that supports the local community. In May, Kelley Drye hosted local veteran groups to watch the historic “Arsenal of Democracy” flyover. Through a partnership with Noyes Elementary school, Kelley Drye attorneys and staff coach students and help beautify the campus. This year, Kelley Drye will participate in a softball tournament to support Field of Dreams, a non-profit that serves local children. Some other programs that make Kelley Drye a great place to work include an annual afternoon trip to view the Cherry Blossoms, a charity-driven “Take Your Dog to Work Day,” a Washington Nationals baseball game outing, ice cream socials and other social outings that bring the office together.